Social Network Graphics

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These Social Network Graphics were created for the New York Magazine by Studio8design, an independent graphic design studio “with a reputation for delivering intelligent and engaging creative solutions.” It was set up by Matt Willey and Zoë Bather in 2005. This is what they wrote about this intriguing design:

“An illustration/info-graphic for the 00′s issue. A comment on the development of social networking over the past decade. Each line represents 120,000 registered users on Facebook (black) Myspace (yellow) Linkedin (purple) Twitter (red) Bebo (Green) and Ning (blue) [read more].

Social Network Graphics for Facebook

Credits: Via Melissa Yee. Images shown above in this post are copyright © Studio8 Design. Please head over to their website for more of their work.

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Facebook Advertising History Infographic

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This infographic takes you from the start of Facebook back in 2004. This is when Mark Zuckerburg and his co-founders lunched the site. The graphic then details various stages of ad deals right until May 2011. The last part of the graphic shows how many current active users are on Facebook via a great looking graph [SEE MORE].

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Web and Social Media Sneakers

Check out these web and social media sneakers I recently discovered (well, “trainers” as known here in England). They’re just concepts, but wouldn’t it be great if these were actually produced? [SEE MORE].

Facebook Sneakers

Twitter Clock

Funky Twitter Clock from Geekcook, which currently available via Infmetry.com [READ MORE].

Twitter Clock

Web and Social Media Sneakers

Check out these web and social media sneakers I recently discovered (well, “trainers” as known here in England). They’re just concepts, but wouldn’t it be great if these were actually produced? Above: Twitter Sneakers [link] [READ MORE].

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