Tweet Probe

I received a direct message on Twitter that said, “I’d like to see what you think tweetprobe is about, like u did for hosebird.”

This is what I came up with.

Something in the design must have struck a chord because the client referred to the design as soul searching and truly inspiring.

One January afternoon, I received a direct message on Twitter from tweetipFH that said:

“Hi Shawn. Email [me] – I’d like to see what you think tweetprobe is about, like u did for hosebird. More in email”

So, I started down a rabbit trail of twitter accounts and tumblr blogs then responded by email to see if there was any more information that I should consider. There wasn’t. Not to worry though; I’m not intimidated by ambiguity!**

Tweet Probe progression

After sketching out a few ideas, I sent them to Michael – he laughed. Something in the design must have struck a chord because Michael referred to the design as soul searching and truly inspiring.

Tweet Probe

**Ambiguity kills me in regards to expectations. In this case, Michael’s expectations were clear: give it a shot with what you can find. Same for hosebird. Honestly, I believe I excel in this regard. Clifton’s StregthFinders calls it individualization: you
 are 
intrigued 
by 
the 
unique qualities 
of 
each 
person; because
 you 
are 
such
 a
 keen
 observer 
of 
other people’s
 strength,
 you
 can
 draw
 out
 the 
best
 in 
each 
person.