Communicate instantly with visuals that POP

March 19th, 2013

Teasing text splashed against captivating images. The preference toward visual communication is clearly gaining momentum. As one of those people who “think visually,” I was eager to try Haiku, an iPad application that streamlines slideshow production.

The selling point? Constraint. Every page has a single idea communicated in one or two lines of text along with a dynamic image drawn from more than 35 million Creative Commons-licensed images. Haiku allows you to insert pages of bullet points and charts, but the overall effect is minimalistic.

I test-drove Haiku with a quick overview of common flaws in messaging. It was fun and done, simply and fast. How’s that for instant messaging that POPS?

Posted March 19th, 2013

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