Our favorite tweets of the week
Apr 9 – Apr 15, 2012
Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers.
The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on Twitter, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the best tweets that we sent out this past week.
Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that we tweeted about, so don’t miss out.
To keep up to date with all the cool links, simply follow us @DesignerDepot
Selling Isn’t Just for Sales People http://ow.ly/a9y0E *Great read
Today’s Internet world isn’t what it used to be http://ow.ly/a9Qmo Case Study on Building for Mobile First
Diptych, Triptych & Ntych – a pretty name for an Automation Tool For Photoshop – Tych Panel http://ow.ly/a9RI2
Check out the 11 Essential Elements of a Well-Designed Marketing Ebook http://ow.ly/a9SCB
From shoes to bikes: awesome packaging work by Jesse Lindhorst http://ow.ly/a9SVE
16 Ways How Educators Use Pinterest [Infographic] http://pinterest.com/pin/267682771571998600/
Hey there web designer, have no fear of print design >> http://ow.ly/aaZQN
Incredibox is a wonderful website which debuts an interactive, character-based music sequencer http://ow.ly/aaSh8
Foldy960 is just a responsive 960 grid that you’ll like http://ow.ly/aaZTE
Take a look at Gareth Hague’s make of the Prada alphabet – Candy Typeface http://ow.ly/aaYok
Fascinating video work by video artist Sabrina Ratté, “Plink Flojd”, in collaboration with David Quiles Guillo http://ow.ly/aaYzg
Now with 170 million users, Google+ gets a complete redesign http://ow.ly/ad5aj Less is more? What do you think?
Brilliantly creative brand identity by Paul Currah for Harry Ted http://ow.ly/ad3v9
Automatic responsive images in WordPress http://ow.ly/aejhP – great insights
Ultra Realistic Oil Paintings by Pedro Campos http://ow.ly/aekDT We are utterly impressed!
In search for some Pinterest icons? These are pretty cool: http://ow.ly/aekKF
Must-Read: Why Making Everyone Happy Is a Bad Idea http://ow.ly/aelms
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