Something Inventive 22: Bad Interfaces – Snapchat, Facebook and Big Brands
Jonathan Pollinger (stepping in for Al) joins Ben to discuss Snapchat’s recent design change, Facebook’s news feed favouring ‘meaningful social interactions’ and big brands on social media.
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- Snapchat – new features/demographic/petition
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- Remarketing – Google Adwords
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- Chickenless KFC?
- KFC Apology
- Book Recommendation – So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson
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