Twitter is now part of our daily lives. We use it to share idea, opinions, to engage in conversations with others. What we miss to realise sometimes, is how much of an impact Twitter can actually have on our world.
Twitter is the kind of social platform that drives innovation. It has been used by marketers, designers or developers to create amazing experiences, from systems that warn swimmers when sharks are nearby, to beautiful visualisations of live feeds such as The Hello Cube in the Tate Modern museum of London.
Twitter really believes in the creative power of its own users and they are now asking you: “Can you think of a way the power of Twitter could be harnessed to create a beautiful design or solve a problem?”
#PoweredByTweets is a challenge launched by Twitter UK – in collaboration with the London Design Festival. The best ideas will be showcased during the Festival in September 2015 and prizes will be awarded by a judging panel made up of some of the leading experts from the creative, media, design, advertising and technology industries.
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Not only that, but the winning ideas will be brought to life by Pixie Labs and each winner will also receive a media budget allocation to promote their idea on Twitter.
To participate, submit your idea about solving a problem or creating something beautiful with Twitter by 5 June 2015.
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