NEW YORK, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The world of social image curation just got a little more interesting. Storybox ( http://storybox.it) is an online self-discovery tool, also called a visionboard. Storybox will celebrate its launch in high style on International Women's Day. Storybox is partnering with international human rights organization Breakthrough.tv ( http://breakthrough.tv) as part of a global social media campaign to end violence against women. Storybox will join Breakthrough's other partners, including the United Nations, Google, Twitter and Facebook on a mission to address entrenched global problems with innovative, technology-based solutions. To that end, Storybox will invite people to create inspiring visionboards, and re-frame the issue in a new and positive light.
Discovery, imagination and creative possibility are the guiding principles of Storybox. Unlike other photo and image-collage tools, Storybox does not limit images to personal photos. Storybox enables users to draw upon images from all across the web, in addition to personal photos that can be uploaded from Facebook and Instagram. Photos and images can be composed in beautiful and creative ways, enabling you to craft a highly personal, meaningful and unique vision of the world. The possibilities are as limitless as the user's imagination.
Storyboxes are easy to share on all social networks, Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest and Tumblr. "Storybox goes beyond photo-scrapbooking and image-cataloguing," said Angela Min, the site's chief exec. "Storybox is a new genre of seeing. It's about envisioning possibility."
About Storybox Storybox is a web-based social media tool for creating image-based visionboards. The tool enables sampling of images from across the web and creating image boards that can be shared across multiple social platforms. Storybox embraces discovery, imagination and creativity as their core values.Contact: Angela Min 516-468-0164 Email This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com. SOURCE Storybox