Patrick Kulp, AdWeek

Patrick Kulp

AdWeek

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • AdWeek
Past:
  • Mashable

Recent articles by Patrick:

This New App Wants to Connect Food Service Workers With Available Gigs

One co-founder describes it as 'LinkedIn meets Uber for the restaurant industry.' → Read More

This Experimental Adobe Feature Lets Online Shoppers Virtually Try on Clothes With AI

The feature fits garments to the shape and pose of models. → Read More

OOH Metrics Firm’s Data Shows More Outdoor Activity Across the U.S.

Driving and walking traffic are on the rise this month. → Read More

Wunderman Thompson Releases 8 Hours of Agency Office Noise on SoundCloud

The soundtrack spans from 9 a.m. coffee to 4 p.m. happy hour. → Read More

Tribeca Film Festival Campaign Has People Casting Colorful, Moving Avatars in AR Videos

They can dance, clap or do jumping jacks. → Read More

Miss the Sounds of a Bustling City? The New York Public Library Compiled Them Into an Album

The ambient sounds will remind residents of a pre-pandemic life. → Read More

This AI Meme Generator Parrots the Absurdity of Online Humor

The web app's captions are bizarre and often hilarious. → Read More

As Once-Hyped Magic Leap Flounders, Agencies Say the AR Market Has Passed It By

Agency staffers are still hopeful about the tech in general. → Read More

Minecraft Creates Pandemic Simulator to Show Effectiveness of Social Distancing

The map, designed by AKQA, allows players to test various quarantine strategies. → Read More

Diversity Campaign Tackles Social Issues in Tech With Documentary-Style IGTV Shorts

The project also includes a virtual coding club for young people. → Read More

Art Director Designs Flooded Font to Call Attention to Climate Change

Garamond Warming was designed to call attention to climate change. → Read More

Fear, Then Calm Were Top-Performing Emotions in Social Ads for First Stretch of Lockdown

Fear, then calmness were top themes. → Read More

This Online Tool Lets You Generate Your Own AI Art

Playform is one of a handful of platforms that makes creative machine learning more accessible. → Read More

One Club Recruits Ad Veterans to Offer Students Free Online Portfolio Reviews

Top creatives and CMOs will critique work remotely instead of attending the nonprofit's usual in-person event. → Read More

After 2-Year Regulatory Maze, Sprint and T-Mobile Have Merged

The telecoms have officially merged, capping off a journey that wound through several levels of the U.S. legal system. → Read More

Imagery of Human Contact Is Down 30% in Social Media Ads

A computer vision firm found trends in how brands have responded to the pandemic. → Read More

How Zoom Became the Go-to King of the Quarantine Economy

A freemium model for high quality calls. → Read More

Q&A: How AI Is Expected to Have a $19 Trillion Economic Impact by 2035

Adam Riccoboni, author of The AI Age, explains what's driving the growth. → Read More

Creative Week and One Show Awards Move Online as the Coronavirus Expands

Organizers of the May event series in NYC say they're taking a 'conservative approach.' → Read More

Dozens of Companies Withdraw From Mobile World Congress Over Coronavirus Fears

Spanish media reports that organizers are considering suspending the event. → Read More