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Posts Tagged ‘Design’

Logitech Unveils “Tweet Tweet” Mouse

Logitech is seeing Microsoft’s Artist Series of mobile mice and raising them a serious dose of designer tech.

The new Logitech Wireless Mouse M325 Eye Candy collection of mice features four different designs with their own unique aesthetic touches.

The coolest of the bunch? The Twitter-inspired “Tweet Tweet” design.

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10 Ways Social Media Is Changing Design [PRESENTATION]

JESS3 co-founders Jesse Thomas and Leslie Bradshaw joined New York Times Social Media Editor Jennifer Preston as keynote speakers for the second annual Nonick Conference in Bilbao, Spain back in May 2010.

Their excellent presentation focused on the ways that social media is changing web design, from providing building blocks in terms of content and modules, to influencing how users interact with websites and media.

Take a browse through it yourself, below.

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Twitter Acquires Design Agency Nclud’s Intellectual Property (And Co-Founders)

Twitter has acquired the intellectual property of design agency Nclud, and has brought some of its team into the flock.

Nclud’s co-founder Martin Ringlein announced in a tweet that he has become Twitter’s new design manager, and that he and two other former Nclud employees were busy filling out paperwork to start their new lives at Twitter.
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One Day for Design Takes Over Twitter for 24 Hours

In a bid to create a global conversation around the future of design and the design industry, One Day For Design took to Twitter for 24 hours, encouraging all design professionals to get in on the chat. Using hashtag #1D4D, hundreds of Twitter users chimed in to share their thoughts on design, ask questions, and offering encouragement to designers-in-process.
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