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    A while back I was commissioned to design an application to manage massive amounts of Twitter identities (i.e. 'bots'). As I was working with Twi… Read More
    A while back I was commissioned to design an application to manage massive amounts of Twitter identities (i.e. 'bots'). As I was working with Twitter-related apps a lot at the time, this project was a perfect fit and it piqued my interest at once. The real challenge was that for these identities to be able to 'work', they needed to be: - Managed and sustained constantly in order to expand their lifespan (i.e. gotta keep'em real so Twitter doesn't kill them) - Organized and classified in a comprehensive way to maximize their effectiveness (i.e. 'the right tool for the right job') - Able to execute massive ammounts of content at a given time to push an action into being, and then fade out their involvement to let the real 'organic' content take their place To top it off, all of this needed to be measured in real time. Needless to say, it was a really fun and challenging project, right up my alley. Since the identities were all in all 'nameless drones', I geeked out a little and styled the logo as somewhat of a Stormtrooper (with a little Clone Army / Boba Fett mixed in there) and made a point of making the whole look and feel real dark and ominous (my tiny Darth Vader homage, if you will), turning it to my advantage as it gave me great contrast when visualizing hard data. Read Less
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