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Photographers joining the ImageBrief marketplace receive briefs from image buyers for review and response. If they win the brief, the photographer receives 70% of the total license fee offered by...
Crowdsourcing is by no means a new concept, but in the world of stock libraries this concept is still underutilised. ImageBrief has proven that they are not afraid to take a different approach to...
ImageBrief is a marketplace that connects professional photographers to image buyers from all around the world. Buyers post briefs outlining their image requirements and professional...
By offering Australian image buyers a chance to win a trip for two to MONA – the $175 million Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, ImageBrief is hoping to attract image buyers to its Beta site to...
The latest campaign from crowdsourced image provider, ImageBrief, takes a different route in the search for numerous and unique quality images. To launch the campaign, a short film entitled...
This film looks to increase ImageBrief's community of talented photographers to meet the demands of its increasing image buying customer base, and is an indication of how the platform...
document Crowd Creativity
According to new findings from ImageBrief, the world's first image-request platform using crowdsourcing, as technology has advanced in recent years high-quality digital-cameras are allowing...
Crowdsourced photography marketplace ImageBrief announced a $700,000 financing round yesterday, bringing its total amount raised to $2.2 million.
video Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge
ImageBrief CEO, Simon Moss, tackles "Human-Powered Image Discovery". ImageBrief is a crowdsourcing platform for people who images and the people who make them.
ImageBrief CEO Simon Moss talks about how the creative industry is being disrupted by crowdsourcing as well as the story behind ImageBrief.
ImageBrief has become globally recognised as a leading provider of crowdsourced images with Australia's prominent business magazine BRW recognising it as one of the ten startups to watch. In...
A 90-second video explaining ImageBrief - a kick-ass new free service for creatives to license high-quality images directly from a global network of professional photographers. Buyers post a...
Cloud LaborMarket trends and Statistics
massolution™, a research firm specializing in crowdsourcing solutions, today released the first comprehensive report on the enterprise crowdsourcing industry. After collecting data from 32 Crowdsourcing Service Providers (CSPs), the results revealed that crowdsourcing continued to demonstrate growth in 2011, with revenues increasing over 75% when compared to 2010. This growth is largely driven by the aggressive adoption of crowdsourcing within the Internet Services, Media and Entertainment and Technology sectors.
About This Research
1. Introduction and Methodology
2. Market Growth and Maturity
3. Worker Trends and Composition
4. Client Trends and Demand
5. Provider Strategies and Capabilities
Appendix. Profiles of Participants CSPs
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document Cloud Labor
CSP respondents represent all key categories of the crowdsourcing marketplace, including expertise-based tasks, ideation tasks, micro-tasks, freelance platforms, and software services.
article Crowd Creativity, Open Innovation, Tools
Australians have been crowdsourcing since 1901. Fact. From the national flag to the Sydney Opera House, Australians have embraced the idea that a good idea can come from anyone, anywhere. Perhaps...
article Cloud Labor, Crowdfunding
Here are five up-and-coming Australian crowdsourcing services, and a bit about their innovations:
#1 – Flightfox - Flightfox saves customers time and money by getting travel experts to offer...