#TwDesign. 140 designers in 140 characters, is an experimental project of social learning that tells the great protagonists of the international design through social tweeting. Anecdotes, curiosities, secrets revealed. Students, teachers and researchers together challenge to reread the stories of designers and rewriting them in 140 characters. Playing is easy. The most important thing is to respect a rule: Each tweet must include the hashtag #TwDesign #designer ( es. #TwDesign #Starck) The best tweet are collected in a Tweetbook and then printed in a BookBox. #TwDesign is a challenge: can you learn tweeting? #TwDesign is on: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram To see the website click here: http://twdesign.altervista.org To see the tweetbook of the stories click here: http://www.trytweetbook.com/twdesign Project published on: AIAP Milano Design Week, “#TwDesign, La Storia del Design diventa social!” U10, “A lezione di design su Twitter”
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I worked in the Social Media Expo2015 office as a Visual Designer, within a team of 13 people. I took care of graphic elements that have been published on the Expo2015 website and on the main social media (twitter, facebook, instagram, pinterest). As a Visual & Web Designer I have been managing the projects: – Workshop Expogate, monthly appointments with the public to share the storytelling of Expo2015 on the differents social networks, but not only, also opportunity to get close the Social Media Team with the followers and the users. – ExpoinViaggio, expo meetings around Italy and in other countries. As a Project Manager I was responsible for the Participant Communication Network, a network of the social media managers of the Participant Countries. I also realized a handbook about Social Media (in particular Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) created to support the Participants Countries. Special guide lines explain how to develop the communication of each country on Social Media. As a Visual Designer I took care of the downloadable documents about Social Media Strategy.
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