When Elon switched over the Twitter bird to an “X” he made Twitter less visible. By matching the black line art of Twitter’s main competitor Threads, he made them look equal. Underestimating how many people are psychologically conditioned to search for the little blue bird on their phones.[Read more…] about Since the logo switch over to “X”, Twitter has become less visible
Functional Machines with no function
NFT Creator Synccreation has a talent for creating complex digitally rendered devices that seem very real. Here are a few examples that have captured our attention. Please take a moment to explore their work and connect with them.
gm fam 🤍🍹 pic.twitter.com/yIvAhneDhQ
— synccreation (@synccreationn) May 2, 2022
Math don’t lie.
This says it all. pic.twitter.com/q3KwGrZaPD
— Really American ?? (@ReallyAmerican1) October 12, 2020
From the Vectoravult Twitterverse
Just a round up of some recent tweets. This is the voice of the brand. Straight shooting and genuinely passionate about vector art and the talented people around the world who create it. Click continued at the bottom of this tweet to see more. Follow us. We’ll make sure that when it comes to amazing vector art – we’ll be sure to keep you posted.
Me to my keyboarding teacher in high school : " I won't need to know how to type – I'm going to be a designer"
— VECTORVAULT (@vectorvault) September 24, 2013
Twitter releases it’s newest vector visual identity
Over the past six years, the world has become familiar with a little blue bird. The bird is everywhere, constantly associated with Twitter the service, and Twitter the company.
Starting today youll begin to notice a simplified Twitter bird. From now on, this bird will be the universally recognizable symbol of Twitter. (Twitter is the bird, the bird is Twitter.) Theres no longer a need for text, bubbled typefaces, or a lowercase t to represent Twitter.
Our new bird grows out of love for ornithology, design within creative constraints, and simple geometry. This bird is crafted purely from three sets of overlapping circles similar to how your networks, interests and ideas connect and intersect with peers and friends. Whether soaring high above the earth to take in a broad view, or flocking with other birds to achieve a common purpose, a bird in flight is the ultimate representation of freedom, hope and limitless possibility.
Use our official, unmodified Twitter bird to represent our brand.
Make sure the bird faces right.
Allow for at least 150% buffer space around the bird.
Use speech bubbles or words around the bird.
Rotate or change the direction of the bird.
Animate the bird.
Duplicate the bird.
Change the color of the bird.
Use any other marks or logos to represent our brand.
Now here’s a very interesting infographic for all you Twitter users out there. Find out who’s tweeting in the US.
“Twitter adoption among U.S. Internet users has increased by leaps and bounds. A recent Pew Survey of 2,277 adult internet users reveals exactly who is tweeting.”