Storytelling in 2014 -
How to stop marketing like it’s 2004. (via @garyvee)
Best startups generally come from somebody needing to scratch an itch. — Michael Arrington, TechCrunch founder and co-editor
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(via change sciences)
As the amount of Twitter users rises exponentially, so does the amount of fake Twitter accounts. The fact that businesses have spawned off of producing fake followers to “legitimize” a user certainly makes that following count convincing. We suggest thinking twice before you judge someone by the amount of followers they have - after all, no one should be judged by a number, right?
Check out this infographic kindly put together by Judith Ohikuare and illustrated by Headcase Design.
Social Media - A History by @karim_designs
At the B.O.S.S. Group, we are no strangers to the travel industry. Having worked with countless tourism boards, travel agencies and tour operators, we understand the need to keep up with the latest technologies and user experience ideals. Most importantly, we know how to convey the essence of travelling into a non-tangible platform.
With that said, this design study video by Fi really struck a chord in our minds. It outlines everything a travel website should be: clean, free of unnecessary fluff and packed full of to-the-point information and inspiring images that really help to hold the travellers’ hand and guide them through the possibility of their next trip. With only a few clicks you can explore city maps, generate itineraries and even pick between an aisle or window seat.
Watch the video for yourself and prepare to get very excited about the future of travel portals on the web. We know we are.