Author archive for "asl"

Farewell BareMinerals. Onward next adventure…

As bareMinerals completes the move of its’ headquarters from San Francisco to New York City, so too does my contract complete. I learned more than I anticipated. I stayed longed than I expected. I am grateful for the experience. To the San Francisco team, kudos on a brand well built. The legacy you leave is impressive. To […]

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Amy Lanigan in Fast Company

05.2012 Fast Company: Amy Lanigan + Fast Talk “Revealing snapshots of innovators who grapple with big ideas, solve nagging problems, and upend giant industries…” A sample of other press coverage, thought leadership and speaking engagements: 04.2014 Webinar w/ Olapic: The Impact of Visual Commerce (not linked) “Digital commerce design has officially shifted from verbal to […]

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Presentation example: Visual Commerce Impact Webinar

In April 2014, Olapic and Fluid hosted a webinar on Visual Commerce Impact. It serves as a sample of my presentation style. SXSW later chose the session to repeat in Austin. It can be found here: Promo copy for the session was as follows: “Join Olapic and Fluid for an insights-packed discussion of the visual […]

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6 Insights from a Stanford d.school Crash Course

This post first appeared on LinkedIn. Sticks of spaghetti. Post-it notes. Sunshine. And ideas. Lots of ideas. This month I took part in a free Crash Course at Stanford’s d.school. The d stands for design. At Stanford the d.school is a hub for innovation, collaboration and creativity. Think human-centered solutions to real-world-challenges. With lots of […]

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The Worst LinkedIn Post of the Week

This post first appeared on LinkedIn. Ah ha. You clicked on my extreme title that skews negative. I’m curious why. Does writing get more attention if it first shocks? Is the Internet having a bad week? Are LinkedIn Pulse Posts the TMZ of career communications? (ie. Are we all rubbernecking what could go awry?) Here’s […]

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2014: Posts Written for Fluid.com

3.26.14 What eretailers should focus on in 2014. “People would shop a lot more on mobile if it was easy to navigate a shopping experience on mobile…Make it easy and I’ll buy everything on mobile.” – Vanessa Rumbold, MD NY Office, EVP Client Services & Business Development 3.18.14 Digital Shopping Trend: Simplicity “Creators have to […]

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