You all are very well aware of the reactions used on Facebook along with ever-famous 'like' feature. Since early this year Facebook launched their re-designed 'like' feature to let their users engage with more feelings. It's been used aggressively since then, at-least those who actually know about them, or know how to use them. Well, it's been a good journey with knowing the new features they add timely to keep everyone engaged more & more. It's indeed a good tool from marketing point-of-view for many firms to keep releasing such features for carrying fresh relations with end-user.
You already know The Set of 6...
Since early this year users can not only 'like' a post, as-well show their 'love', 'laugh' out loud with 'Haha', show excitement and be amazed using 'Wow', may display that they are 'Sad' and get 'Angry' as they may feel to do so. Just general reactions in Cute Animated Emoticons.
And so what they might be coming up with, during halloween...
They will have a slightly glossier 'love', a witch laughing out loud on a naughty joke, a ghost who's amazed to see 'you' perhaps, a saddened green Frankenstein and an angry pumpkin, maybe he's angry coz someone carved out all the stuffings. All nicely done. 👍🏻
I like using reactions, and certainly I would, as a user, feel small updates like these, will surely have other users stay involved and curious to see what might be there in future, a trick or a treat? Either-ways, there are many who really get excited for such tiny updates. May be there will be another set for Christmas?
well I am looking forward to seeing these set-of-6 Reactions in action.
Kudos to designer(s) who worked on these. Keep up the great work. Cheers!
Excitement comes from little things in life. For me, registering my DezignerDude brings joy and confidence to me and my skills. It's a step forward towards my goals. Cheers to all who have supported in my endeavours.
Graffiti - ɡrəˈfiːti/
This form of art has been there since mid 19th century, but as experts say, its there since ancient times, where our ancestors used to make them on walls with charcoal and other traditional medias. Now it has become another way for artists to earn, since the evolution of' how to utilise graffiti for marketing' began.
Here are a few creative use of graffiti. Talent is raining on these brilliant artworks. Kudos to the artist, do point me towards the right artist, so I can credit him/her.