How Stanley Leary from Chick-fil-A Uses Keywording to Stay Organized

The countdown for 20/21 Vision: The Innovation Summit is ON, and we can’t wait to hear from an incredible community of innovators on September 30! 

We are thrilled to announce our first few speakers this week who will be sharing their innovative stories and a behind the scenes look at their creative workflows. Today, we’re featuring the amazing Stanley Leary, a visual storyteller and digital asset manager for Chick-fil-A.

Stanley’s photojournalism has taken him across the world, with images published in TIME, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and many more. Stanley is also a gifted communicator and teacher. He works with corporate clients to teach their staff to become more visually effective.

In this upcoming summit session, you’ll learn how Stanley helps Chick-fil-A organize its assets by focusing on the concept of keywording.

A list of keywords keeps everyone in an organization on the same page when tagging visual assets and searching for files.

Join us on September 30 and you’ll also get tips from Stanley on how to be strategic when looking to get funding for a Digital Asset Management system!

Want early access to our community of 1200+ creatives, photographers, marketers and industry professionals? Join the conversation on Slack and get the latest updates about 20/21 Vision: The Innovation Summit.

How Stanley Leary from Chick-fil-A Uses Keywording to Stay Organized is written by Jeremy Berkowitz for

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