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If you love Shutterstock, are a Google Chrome user and want Shutterstock to know everywhere you go and everything you do on the Internet, you may want to install the new Shutterstock Tab just launched today.  You can get the tab free of charge by going to the Chrome webstore

When you start to install the tab you are warned that Shutterstock will be able to:
  • Read and change your data on all shutterstock.com sites
  • Read the icons of the websites you visit
  • Read a list of your most frequently visited websites
Once the tab is installed, every time you launch Chrome you are presented with a beautiful full-screen image from the Shutterstock collection, the Shutterstock logo in the top left corner, and the time date and weather. The photographers credit can also be found in the bottom left corner of the screen. If you click on the photographers name you are taken to the photographers portfolio on Shutterstock.

Each image displayed is handpicked from Shutterstocks vast collection of 65 million+ images, vectors, and illustrations.

Shutterstock Hackathon

Shutterstock Tab is the latest search innovation to come out of Shutterstocks regular company hackathons. Once a year, usually in July, Shutterstock hosts a company wide 24-hour hackathon known as Hack to the Future. This event is open to everyone in the company and designed to promote collaboration and communication among colleagues who might not typically work with each other on a daily basis. Three times a year the company also hosts smaller 24-hour hackathons called CodeRage that are specifically for the engineering, design and product teams.
 
The three guiding principles for these hacks are to build something with contributor impact, customer impact or employee value in mind. Other than that they are largely open events where people come together to bring their ideas to life. For more information about the hackathons see this article.

The goal of this hackathon was to create something practical as well as beautiful - bringing calm and inspiration to a users daily browse activities.


 

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