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This photo is a screen shot of an interactive infographic. Play with it.

The infographic represents the results of Net Magazine’s Web Design and Development 2012 Survey

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Twitter refreshed its brand image recently. Here is an image, created by Graham Smith, where you can see the old logo in gray and the new one in blue. We tend to agree with Graham in that the new logo, while subtly changed, conveys a simple refinement that projects maturity for the Twitter platform. Twitter officially says that “this bird will be the universally recognizable symbol of Twitter. There’s no longer a need for text, bubbled typefaces, or a lowercase ‘t’ to represent Twitter.” 
Neat-o!

Twitter refreshed its brand image recently. Here is an image, created by Graham Smith, where you can see the old logo in gray and the new one in blue. We tend to agree with Graham in that the new logo, while subtly changed, conveys a simple refinement that projects maturity for the Twitter platform. Twitter officially says that “this bird will be the universally recognizable symbol of Twitter. There’s no longer a need for text, bubbled typefaces, or a lowercase ‘t’ to represent Twitter.” 

Neat-o!

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Faith, Hope & Love(tt): The Debut Blues Yield Golden Nuggets

deborahkatherinelovett:

It feels like the top of my head has been sawed off and the interactive media gurus at CentreSource have been pumping information into my brain with an air hose.

If you need to launch a blog/website/full-blown social media campaign, contact these brainiacs

Other than information…

It’s been so much fun to work with Deborah on her social media strategy! And no, we don’t really saw anyone’s head off.

Source: deborahkatherinelovett
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Xcode sure is moody. 

http://www.textfromxcode.com/

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Click me for...Bacon!

Who doesn’t like bacon?

Well, a few sets of people like vegetarians probably…

BUT, who doesn’t like typography?

Well, a few sets of people like jocks probably…

BUT, if you’re not a vegetarian jock…you’re gonna love this!

Note: not intended to exclude or offend vegetarians or jocks. 

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The Society for News Design picked five of the world’s best designed newspapers.  

They are:

In the age of digital news, do you still read analog newspapers? If so, what is your opinion on newspaper design? Should news be treated with a traditional format or injected with artistic expression? 

Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page

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Travis Pitts created this humorous chart outlining the six types of modern movie poster design. Sometimes design can get so formulaic. What are some things you, as a designer, do to break out of established molds?
Come let us know on our Facebook.

Travis Pitts created this humorous chart outlining the six types of modern movie poster design. Sometimes design can get so formulaic. What are some things you, as a designer, do to break out of established molds?

Come let us know on our Facebook.

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The New York Times has archived its entire existence on its Facebook timeline.  Here is a screenshot of the timeline.  The picture here is from November 6, 1928, when the first electric news “zipper” in Times Square announced Herbert Hoover’s presidential victory.

Go get a history lesson, there is some pretty cool stuff on their Facebook page.  

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Visually defining the differences between user experience and user interface design, and how they relate to a product, with two of our favorite things…infographics & CEREAL!

Original article via @designdotorg:

http://cntr.sc/NihQJJ



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Awesome resource for 20 graphing and charting using modern CSS. We dig.