Angela Natividad

Angela Natividad Voice Network Badge Voice Network contributor, an ongoing writer for our guest opinion column.

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Angela Natividad is a frequent contributor to Adweek's creativity blog, AdFreak. She is also the author of Generation Creation and co-founder of Hurrah, an esports agency. She lives in Paris and when she isn't writing, she can be found picking food off your plate.

In India, Tinder Unleashes a Bollywood-Inspired Appeal for Epic Adventure

The unknown is just a swipe away.

Gucci’s ’60s-Inspired Student Protest Ad Misses the Point About Why We’re All Mad

Sure is pretty, though.

American Greetings Finds the Words Amid the Difficult Moments of Love

Mad Libs for your heart.

4 People Get to Slack Off for a Living in This Leisurely Campaign for a Vacation Company

Add that to your résumé.

Skyn Made a Fancy Guide to the World’s Best Hotels for Having Sex In

Like Lonely Planet for your genitals.

Logic Narrated a Powerful Google Ad About Suicide Prevention After His Grammys Performance

Not just a catchy tune.

Amazon’s First Ad for the Echo Spot Is About Togetherness, Not Shopping

Ties that bind, made digital.

Nissan Hired Surprising Instructors to Support Saudi Arabia’s First Wave of Female Drivers

Forget the brakes, it's full speed ahead.

Ashley Madison Gives You One More Reason to Go Running in the Morning

Great for your health, if not your marriage.

Diesel’s New Ad Celebrating Flaws Has Great Storytelling That Flies Off in All Directions

If only it didn't have one big flaw itself.