Hello, I'm Taylor Davidson. I help entrepreneurs build innovative ideas into remarkable companies.

I've written hundreds of articles about technology, advertising, digital media, photography, venture capital, fundraising, and more, and been quoted or featured in Fast Company, Wired, Fortune, MIT Technology Review, AdAge, Digiday, The Next Web, Forbes, Crain's, and more.

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Latest Posts

How the Future of Mobile Apps Impacts Ads and Brands
The future of mobile apps will create new avenues for mobile ads. But it all starts with user experiences.

Users, meet Advertisers
The shift from a product people love to a product advertisers love is tough. But that should be expected.

Peak Password
Why the password needs to be replaced

Apple Watch
I'm more excited about Apple's watches than their phones. Here's why.

23 Things I've Learned as a VC
Looking back at three years in venture

Software is Eating the Camera
How software is changing the form and substance of cameras and photos

Why Mobile Unbundling Isn't Inevitable
The state of mobile app unbundling today, and how app extensions, deep linking, and notifications could alter the rationale for unbundling.

The Future of Mobile Photography Apps
iOS 8, Android L, and the implications for mobile photography

Moving on from kbs Ventures
After a great three years at kbs+ Ventures, the time has come for me to move on. I'm excited to announce that I recently resigned to pursue new endeavors.

The Internet of Things is about people, not things.
A talk I gave at Startup Iceland, 2014

The State of Programmatic Advertising
... will be defined by the sites we make popular and the ad units made to fit them.

Why Deep Linking Matters
Mobile apps are adding back the structure of the web, bit by bit.

The Peer-to-Peer Movement
Signs of how peer-to-peer technologies will disrupt the centralization of the Internet.

Card Architecture and Card Design
Cards are not the first form of embedding interactivity, but it's the one with the biggest future. Look beyond the design of cards to the architecture behind them.

Social photography is changing stock photography.
From Shutterstock, to Getty, to EyeEm and 500px, social photography is having an impact on stock photography.

 

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