It's about time. We've been remiss in posting the weekly Twitter Roundup for the very reason we asked you whether @Pinch_Bespoke should continue in its current form: client work is again at a steady pace and we needed to know whether the effort was worth it. Apparently, it is. In the week that passed, we shared some work, checked in on Design Victoria's excellent "Why Design? series and took our "hetero" temperature with Stockholm Pride's ingenious gaymometer (we learned that we're exactly 1% hetero). We lauded Mucca Design's packaging for Brooklyn Fare, joined in the Typekit/Typecon 2009 Web fonts discussion, gleaned a bit from the advertising industry about promotion and storytelling, and revisited both: Smith magazine and Christopher Alexander's classic architectural guide, A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction.
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