Eventyard features a simple, but appealing design with a focus on functionality. The tasks available to perform are stripped down to the minimum. The user has the ability to create events, host and also to import from Facebook. There is also the usual discussion and share on the most important social networks effect. Check out this short video Eventyard intro!
Following my previous post on Timbuk2’s social approach on customer services, I was happy to get in touch with Noel Kopp – Online Community Manager at Timbuk2. He is the person in charge of making the company’s social channels accessible and engaging. Currently Timbuk2 runs a blog and has its own channels on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube. It is a handful, especially given the fact that the company is not truly global, but their bags sure are. And we can see a nice social media mixture of visual engagement as well as textual.
You SHOULD BUY “Rework” simple cause it is bloody awesome, it makes tons of sense and leaves the bull (you know what) out.