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Our design teams design for a landing page and the landing page dictates what the store windows will look like, not the other way round. In creative media, they’re shooting for digital, then we are turning it back to physical… now let’s do everything for mobile and then take it back to desktop.
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In short, we’re quickly moving into a paradigm where on-demand access to assets, rather than ownership, sets the tone for financial transactions. Think sharing cars via Zipcar or renting someone’s home through AirBnb. Who’s leading the way? A millenial generation come of age in an era of technological fluency, re-urbanization, high gas prices and stagnant wages.
“Today, peer-to-peer software and mobile technology allow us all to have access, just when we need it, to the things we used to have to buy and hold,” the article reads. Right now this statement applies to server capacity, TV shows, office space, music and even clothes. In the future, we can only assume that other industries will follow.
There is, however, one thing millennials are clamoring to own: their own business. A 2011 study by the research network Affluence Collaborative found that almost 40% of millennials “have started a business or expect to do so,” making their entrepreneurship rate 10% higher than the general population.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
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