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talking in pictures January 28, 2011

Posted by nicholas gill in 27 letters, getty images, user experience.
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Getty Images has created 27 letters – a site that features a constantly changing landscape of the most used, referenced and talked about visuals in the media space. Some of the images are lovely, like Ronald up there. And some of the commentary on why that image is there is genuinely helpful and can spark off your imagination. I just can’t for the life of me really work out how to navigate the site. It’s a flash-tastic example but it’s not intuitive or helpful. I don’t have the time to try and work it out. Shame because there’s some nice content in there.

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