I don’t work well with people I don’t like, or with people who don’t seem to get what I want. If it seems like a lack of skill, poor communication, or incompatible design taste are blocking the progress toward what I desire, I can’t abide it.
Most online experiences are made, like fast food, to be cheap, easy, and addictive: appealing to our hunger for connection but rarely serving up nourishment. Shrink-wrapped junk food experiences are handed to us for free by social media companies, and we swallow them up eagerly, like kids given buckets of candy with ads on all the wrappers.
While we are interested in genuine, human connections, VSCO Grid™ is not a social network. You’ll notice an absence of standard social network fare: comments, reblogs, number of followers, etc. We hope people discover new creatives and their work, but VSCO Grid™ is focused on craft, curation and content, and less on followers and likes.
Can’t wait for my VSCO grid.
I’d never heard of VSCO CAM until now. Might have to give it shot.