Social media has revolutionized the way we communicate and has provided us with one important advantage – when someone says something stupid, it is published for the entire world to see. We’ve collected some of the funniest examples of Facebook fails that we could find and posted them here for all of you to enjoy.
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Not all work spaces were created equal – some can reduce workers’ morale while others can keep them happy and inspire them to be more energetic and creative. For companies like Google, which require smart, creative and in-demand workers, such offices offer a competitive edge when trying to attract young and intelligent employees. Here’s a list of the coolest and most well-designed office spaces in the world.
Even the greatest among us had humble beginnings. This is just as true for websites, however, as it is for people. Even online giants like Amazon, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter were once itty-bitty websites with monochrome homepages, poorly-thought-out logos and boring or stark turn-of-the-century designs.
Proclaimed as one of the most powerful and moving campaigns of the year, “Liking isn’t helping” has won a Gold Lion in Press category at Cannes Festival. The idea is simple but daring – virtual things don’t count in real life and even a billion “Likes” on Facebook won’t help those facing crisis in their everyday lives.
Logo designer Graham Smith has created an interesting project called ©Brand Reversioning. In his words: “A Brand Reversion is a brand logo that has undertaken a creative change based on the visual style of another brand logo: Brand identities with a split personality.” Even if it feels that something is off, the new reversed logos are so well executed, that one might easily fall for this trick.
Viktor Hertz, a freelance Graphic Designer from Sweden, turned well known logos into “Honest Logos”. “Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don’t know.” says the artist.
Each year CPNB (Collective Promotion Dutch Literature) organises the Dutch Book Week to promote Dutch literature. And every year a specific genre is being profiled. This year the(auto) biography is featured. This is translated in the theme ‘Geschreven Portretten’, which translates in Written Portraits’. Van Wanten Etcet era created the campaign, which show the different faces behind the (auto) biographies.