Ancillary motives


Posted on August 5th, by Liz Throop in ⠿ BLOG, ⠿ DESIGN. No Comments

We never do anything for just one reason, and Populational is proving to be a very interesting project in the realm of design research. Visual memes have evolved quickly, and there is little to be found on how the visuals operate. There’s a good bit online about how visual memes should be launched or circulated on various social media sites, and that one should make memes fun and catchy – but not much beyond that.

Describing best practices will be challenging in a field so driven by whim and fashion, but stay tuned!





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