Photos can be used to tell a story and can be incorporated to convey a relationship between a desirable quality of experience and a brand.
- When showing a person in our ad creatives, a pixelated treatment should be used to represent the user’s anonymity.
- The person is usually cut out from the photo’s original background and placed on a solid color background.
- The face is divided into squares on a grid and rearranged. Solid color blocks with samples from the person’s skin tone are mixed in.
- Additional blocks in shades of the skin tone and brand blue are added to represent the user’s identity fading away.
Blog Photography Treatment & Hero Images
- When showing a person’s face on our blog, a pixelated treatment should be used to represent the user’s anonymity.
- Due to the frequency of the blog posts, a simpler pixelated style is used on our blog images and social creatives. This style can quickly and easily be generated.
- This style simply pixelates only the face of the person or people shown.