Building My Twitter Design

A few weeks ago I joined the micro-blogging platform twitter. I find it very interesting, and unlike blogging services like blogspot or word...

A few weeks ago I joined the micro-blogging platform twitter. I find it very interesting, and unlike blogging services like blogspot or wordpress, twitter makes it easier to connect to people. The thing about twitter is that it gives the simple ability to tweet up conversations and make new friends. It's also a good place to share stories, information and works.


The thing about designing for twitter is that usually the only design aspect utilized is the single spread or tiled background picture. This single element must be able to encompass the many screen sizes. I did this simple design (above) with Adobe Photoshop. Some people design their twitter pages for promotions, including all their social networking identities in the layout, while others design for ambience, making their viewers feel a sense of relaxed conversation when visiting their page. I tried to combine the two together, to create a nice blend for my own design, but I'm still working on it. Somehow, I believe that part of the whole mico-blogging experience is seeing and feeling the personality of the user through the design of his or her platform. I'm signing out for today, so guys, have fun on twitter! Hope I can see you around there. :-)

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4 comments

  1. Nice work Kylo, did you sculpt the object yourself?










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  2. Hey there, thanks much :) yep, these are some of my sculpted works ranging back all the way to 2007

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  3. nice, your very talented, its just a suggestion, but you could make money if decide to sell your artwork on programs like ebay and such, i think many people will like your creations, and btw, pinoy ka ba?

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  4. Ah yeah pinoy ako. ahaha, but my tagalog is a bit rusty these days. Thanks by the way, and so far I haven't tried selling my artworks online yet aside from a previous venture contract with the Artasia Gallery and their web platform. Thanks again though, and I'll think about that suggestion too. :)

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