If you’re using jtwt plugin to display tweets on your website and there is no tweets instead “No public Twitter message” is displayed it’s time to look for an alternative solutions. Due to the Twitter API ver. 1. depreciation “jtwt.js” stopped working on June, 11. This means any websites or apps that make use of this plugin won’t be able to display recent tweets or to perform any search queries anymore.
For Google’s Japan office, Tokyo-based Klein Dytham architecture (KDa) recently completed an additional phase, according to Dezeen. The office located in Roppongi Hills tower, central Tokyo, was given elements that reflect traditional Japanese culture-from fabric patterns and anime, to festivals and bathhouses.
These details include: giant brushes (similar to those in automatic carwashes) that clad the walls of a kitchen, a digital koi pond at the entrance of the building to greet people, perforated concrete block walls (like those found on in Tokyo’s residential lanes) of meeting rooms, a Mount Fuji mural painting, and a (sento) traditional bathhouse-themed floor with white ceramic tiles and wooden stools.
To assist in way-finding, floors of Google Japan were each given a distinct character, zones were assigned specific, and landmarks were placed at various positions to help staff and visitors identify their locations.
Check out more images of Google’s office in Japan at DesignTaxi
When you’re using a Facebook page to build your brand, be sure not to make any of these egregious mistakes. Have you ever seen the Condescending Corporate Brand Page? If not, check it out right now.
It’s hard to be a brand on Facebook. After all, Facebook is primarily a place for connecting with your close (and not-so-close) friends. While that’s happening, companies are furiously competing to get into your News Feed and get you to “engage” with them. And they’re not necessarily wrong to do that. Every day, people are having conversations with brands and 50 percent of people say they trust a company’s Facebook page more than its website. Facebook pages from brands can offer a lot of deals, information, or relationships with employees. But when competing in a crowded marketplace, brands tend to adopt certain personas that can make a consumer’s skin crawl.
Five brand personas your company should not emulate-Link via Inc.com