by Jason Stewart. Here are some key lessons that brands may take from the anti-perfection trend.
by Oresti Patricios. DDB SA gets Glad’s message about keeping fare fresh across to Instagram foodies.
Arthur Goldstuck goes in search of the true stars of Instagram.
Mandy de Waal interviews Gareth Pon, Africa’s top Instagrammer, on what marketers could do to ‘get’ Instagram.
a #TheFutureByDesign interview. Selfies are like milk, or a milk moustache. They’re the bread and butter — the daily staple — of this social media age.
by Thabang Leshilo (@Thabang_Leshilo) For brands, Instagram provides insight into people’s greatest passions helping their custodians and ambassadors understand what makes them tick. It also enables brands to stay in step with the most emergent happenings and trends.
Louise Marsland (@Louise_Marsland)’s weekly pick of recent product, packaging and design launches: Two Oceans wine rebrands; the Nespresso ‘boutique’ retail concept expands; and a new phone app enables instant pix and video.
by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) This week’s Design Annotator includes: World Design Capital 2014 via Instagram, Yenza — Make It, 365 Postcards for Ants, Better Living Challenge, Plascon Design Awards, Guild Design Fair, Anthony Bila, Daniel Ting Chong, Machine’s second birthday, MTN’s “We’re Guilty” and Tuffy’s sweet makeover.
by Uno de Waal (@Unodewaal) For our weekly wrap-up, we’ve collected: ‘Take Me Home’ illustration expo photos; freelance writer, researcher and illustrator Catherine Green’s 12×30 Project; King James’ Do It Yourself Design initiative for Antalis’ 2014 Munken Journal; FoxP2’s ‘Shoes’ and ‘Sandton’ TVCs for Liberty; Connect ZA/British Council’s ‘Future Music’ web doc directed by Chris Saunders; Instagramers South Africa; and graphic designer Bruno Morphet.