(The Economist picture)
There’s been loads of fallout in recent days due to the scandal enveloping facebook, and the social media gigantic’s reaction to analysis company Cambridge Analytica’s misuse of statistics tied to 50 million facebook users.
The individuals on the Economist, like many in the media, are doing a deep dive on what it all potential for fb and the enterprise’s recognition, and what the appropriate response should still be internal and outside of the company.
The cover for this week’s edition of the journal, bathed in fb blue, may still go away Mark Zuckerberg and his cohorts seeing pink. It’s an ideal and easy design play relying on language, typography and corporate branding.
“Epic ail,” the cowl reads, with a tumbling facebook “f” — from the notice fail — falling to the bottom of the cover.
That f is established to billions of americans everywhere, who depend on fb to connect, entertain and inform them.
Coming across the lips of those in vigour at the tech colossal of late — and people gazing billions get erased from the company’s market value — the f is undoubtedly in entrance of phrases apart from fail.