On April 13, 2011, AIGA brought designers and design enthusiasts together for One Day for Design—an open, global dialogue on the meaning and future of design, and on the meaning and future of professional associations in our field. Led by eight moderators, it was an astonishing 24 hours of input. More than 30,000 tweets. Nearly 3,900 Twitterers. More than 650 hashtags tweeted. At one point, it ranked as the number-four trending hashtag on Twitter in the United …Read the full story »
Visual disfluency, an interruption in a visual flow of elements, whether accidental or intentional can often inhibit legibility. But is that bad?
Giving the user a challenge can elevate effectiveness. Memorability is more effective than legibility.
The internet is full of disfluent relationships. Knowing the difference between effective and ineffective disfluencies is key.
Social media channels offer perhaps the greatest opportunity of breaking with conventional media to promote a message.