Category Archives: webdesign

No one wakes up excited to see more advertising

„No one wakes up excited to see more advertising, no one goes to sleep thinking about the ads they’ll see tomorrow. We know people go to sleep excited about who they chatted with that day (and disappointed about who they didn’t). We want WhatsApp to be the product that keeps you awake… and that you reach for in the morning. No one jumps up from a nap and runs to see an advertisement.“ Pretty hard words, published on the blog of the website whatsapp.com. Well not really hard at all. There is a crisis in advertising, and it’s getting worse by the day. And those guys at WhatsApp got it straight…

KUKA Systems Blog nominiert für den Econ Award

KUKA Systems wurde mit dem von alphasystems, Augsburg realisierten Blog und der zugehörigen Social Media Strategie für den renommierten ECON Award nominiert. TWENTYFIRST COMMUNICATIONS GmbH hat neben Designanpassungen für das Blog den passenden Trailer erstellt. …

Surf & Style am Flughafen München powered by Lufthansa

Es ist wieder soweit. Surf & Style am Flughafen München powered by Lufthansa geht in die mittlerweile 3. Runde! Vom 31. Juli bis 25. August findet das absolute Highlight des Flughafen München wieder im Munich Airport Center (MAC) statt. Selbstredend, dass das die weltweit größte stehende Welle an einem Airport ist…

Steve Jobs on design

“Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. People think it’s this veneer — that the designers are handed this box and told, ‘Make it look good!’ That’s not what we think design is. It’s not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” We should never forget that differentiation. It’s essential for our work....

Why GUI design and site architecture are so important

Setting up a new website: why GUI design and site architecture are more important than programming the site When you’re searching for a new web agency, you normally look for a developer house. Which is - there are certainly exceptions - not quite the most logic thing, and here is why: Let’s begin with an analogy. When you’re into building a house, you’re looking after an architect who translates your vague (or sometimes very determined) ideas into a plan of your dream house. You will suggest changes here and there and in the end the plans are ready for action. Then you begin building it and it is the task of the construction firm to translate those plans into reality. As you might expect, there are a lots of construction companies, cheaper ones, really expensive ones. This doesn’t mean, that a very expensive construction company is automatically the best choice. But sometimes it helps. Sure, there are construction companies, that have inhouse architects which would have given you the possibility of "one stop shopping",...