You can do anything if you stop trying to do everything
. How ironic for me to re-post this.
Post by Oliver Emberton:
You can do anything if you stop trying to do everythingView Post on Quora
Jim Billy Wheeler | http://jimbillywheeler.co.uk
Based in Bristol, Jim wanted to combine his love of music and design into one crowd-pleasing project. He’s certainly hit the nail on the head with these brilliant typeface designs for his favorite bands which include Grizzly Bear, Jack White and Hot Chip. This is an ongoing project and Jim will continue to post up the rest of the music-related alphabet over on his Facebook page.
My favorite: Fleet Foxes.
Gorgeous vintage-inspired minimalist posters celebrating the architecture of famous museums by Portuguese illustrator Andre Chiote.
Too cool not to share.
Everyone who reblogs this will get their url written down on a scrap of paper and left in a public place. It may be resting along the shelves of a grocery store or in between the slats of a park bench. It will say something along the lines of “You found me! Now go here (insert your url) and tell them where I was.” Want this? Reblog!
Interesting. Let’s see how long this takes.
Facebook is supposed to envelope us in the warm embrace of our social network, and scanning friends’ pages is supposed to make us feel loved, supported and important (at least in the lives of those we like). But skimming through photos of friends’ life successes can trigger feelings of envy, misery and loneliness as well, according to researchers from two German universities. The scientists studied 600 people who logged time on the social network and discovered that one in three felt worse after visiting the site—especially if they viewed vacation photos. Facebook frequenters who spent time on the site without posting their own content were also more likely to feel dissatisfied.
The most common cause of Facebook frustration came from users comparing themselves socially to their peers, while the second most common source of dissatisfaction was “lack of attention” from having fewer comments, likes and general feedback compared to friends.
Going from social to digital engagement. This customer journey map outlines the steps digitally connected customers take during and following decision-making. Various channels (mobile, social, web, “real-life”) all contribute to experiences that influence customers’ level of engagement, purchase and loyalty. Business leaders are currently defining new roles and responsibilities to unify and optimize the customer journey.
No gimmicks, just a clear picture.
Can you believe that 40% of the top 100 brands (Interbrand, 2011) still have not made the switch to Twitter’s brand-friendly layout? Granted it’s still fairly new, having been released only at 2 ½ months ago, but given the benefits of the revised
Matthew Panzarino, thenextweb.com
Seesaw is a new company from three co-founders of CoTweet, one of the first big Twitter business services. The new company lists Aaron Gotwalt, Jesse Engle and Kyle Sollenberger as its founders.
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Seesaw, a new social decision making company from the founders of CoTweet http://flpbd.it/FI7LF Looking forward to this…