January 19, 2016
Potentiality of personal projects
Thankfully social media can .enable one’s project potentially for reaching to not millions but thousands of people. The beautiful thing of this is that a person may not have the knowledge of who would view it. It can be a Founder of a start up or an agency or a Creative Director. Moreover there are no such exceptions for knowing which type of opportunities would get aroused. Certain stories can tend to be prime examples for the occurrence of sharing up personal projects online.
Posting ads and propagating messages by the corporations in the public places had tended to trouble a designer, Ji Lee. He had wished for changing these irritating corporate monologues in to dialogues which are open to the public. He had done this by the production of 30, 000 stickers in the form of speech bubbles. Moreover those are placed on the top of ads and inviting the public for writing anything on it. Later on, the project was called “The Bubble Project”. It had usually started to grow in a slow manner. But once it had depicted on the boingboing.net, the views for this project had jumped off from 100 to 50, 000.
Fred Nerby’s Redesigning Facebook
Fred Nerby is a designer who is usually based from Australia and Brisbane. He had published an unsolicited redesigning of Facebook on the Behance account in the starting of this year itself. It later became a huge hit everywhere. However the project became viral and had featured by various numbers of online magazines and very famous blogs. Individually on Behance, the project was viewed up to 370, 000 times. Moreover the success of the redesigning of Facebook had tended for the jobs to be offered from many companies, consisting of Facebook.
James White was feeling frustrated after spending about a year by trying to break through the world of poster designs of movies. His last project had failed in the final moment. It further put him to a slight funk. He was working his way by experimenting along with the latest techniques of illustration. James was also working along with the series of illustrations which were self-initiated. He had shared those through Twitter and Instagram. Amongst everything he had received a call from Canon Canada who had hired him for developing sequences of illustrations of camera for celebrating their 40th anniversary.
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