A Year in Review on Twitter
With each passing year, there are momentous and influential events covered across Twitter; global social movements, elections, sporting, entertainment and popular culture events stimulating global interaction and discussion.
In all countries, users of Twitter react to the news, share their opinions and emotions, or interact with other users around their passions. Looking to collate and celebrate some of these moments, Twitter France approached studioish to create a book which would show a curated selection of the year’s most retweeted, influential, momentous and popular tweets.
They aimed to show that a single tweet can be more powerful and impactful than a hundred reports in the simplicity and directness of their social media platform, the ‘news platform in real time’.
Following on from the initial #2014 book, studioish created both the #2015 and #2016 books.
2014 – 2016
Twitter Executive Books
Tweets from the Top
Over the course of four years, studioish produced a range of books for Twitter, designed as promotional tools for illustrating to executives the advantages of utilising Twitter as a communication platform in order to reach a wider audience base.
By demonstrating professional, informational or humourous tweets from high-level executives and influential public figures, the books illustrate the range of communication devices in which Twitter can be used as a successful social platform to link to the public.
The overriding aim of the books was to elicit a positive emotional response, encouraging similar interactions with their own audiences through use of the Twitter platform.
Initially produced for Twitter UK, the books were subsequently created for Twitter France and Twitter Asia-Pacific.
- Twitter UK
- Twitter France
- Twitter Asia-Pacific
2013 – 2016
Don’t just take our word for it…
“It has been a real delight working with Adam and studioish over the years and the books we have created take pride of place in many of our partners' offices.”Melissa BarnesHead of Global Brands, Twitter