THE LOOP—a short documentary about IBM's design thinking transformation, by InVision(invisionapp.com)

almost 4 years ago from Jennifer Aldrich, Product Designer, UX & Content Strategist - My opinions are my own and do not reflect those of my employer

  • Daniel FoscoDaniel Fosco, almost 4 years ago

    If you don't want to pay the price of admission, just don't watch it.

    Films take a ton of work to get done, and calling this one an "adocumentary" just because you don't like the company's marketing strategy is beyond offensive.

    Get a fucking grip and stop being a dick about other people's work.

    Yours truly, A former film-student

    5 points
    • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, almost 4 years ago

      Each day I lose a little bit more respect for DN, not that much existed to begin with, but you know.

      2 points
    • Jrtorrents Dorman , almost 4 years ago

      I’m already a paid Invision user, matter of fact I’m on their Enterprise account through IBM and they already have my work email. (to which they regularly send marketing email)

      I decided not to enter them purely as a matter of principle.

      As consumers we’ve become far too accustomed to having our privacy and emails abused. Every little thing you do, they try to trick you into signing up for some marketing newsletter. So much so that most of us have resort to having a disposable spam email account.

      Call it a film if you want, at the end of the day it’s just another fancily made video aimed at selling Invision.

      Signed, videographer who hates newsletters.

      0 points
      • Gio Vas, almost 4 years ago

        but this is business, how would you do it?

        2 points
        • Andy StoneAndy Stone, almost 4 years ago

          Right? This community baffles me.

          2 points
        • Account deleted almost 4 years ago

          Have the form at the end of the film, if you like what you see you can sign up for more content like that. Easy.

          0 points
          • Gio Vas, almost 4 years ago

            this is nice for the viewer, but it's like making a movie and saying 'everyone come and watch it for free, pay us if you like on your way out the cinema'..what percentage of people would pay?

            1 point
        • Jrtorrents Dorman , almost 4 years ago

          Exactly as Todd said below. Let the user watch it, and kindly ask for their details afterwards or at least show a snippet/trailer before you ask for their details.

          Better still send people who already signed up for their newsletter a direct link to watch it from their email.

          0 points