Twitter’s New Design: 8 Creative Twitter Headers
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words. Recently, Twitter took that saying to heart, unveiling a new Twitter profile design that puts more emphasis on pictures and includes a large image called a “header photo.”
The header photo, which appears above tweets on a profile, allows individuals to express themselves in a new ways and provide additional branding companies and organizations using Twitter.
Wondering how to make your Twitter header photo say something new about your brand? You may find inspiration in some of these creative Twitter headers.
The Today Show uses a collage of images from their show as a header picture for their Twitter account.
On-air personality, Ryan Seacrest blends his profile picture with his Twitter header image.
Media Examiner’s Mari Smith uses her Twitter header to showcase her portfolio.
A number of professional speakers—including Duct Tape Marketing author, John Jantsch—use pictures taken during industry-related events as their header pictures.
Delta Faucet uses their profile picture to demonstrate one of their products in use.
This company, which specializes in providing solutions for businesses, includes one of their products in their Twitter header photo.
Breaking News uses a variation of their Twitter background to tie together their Twitter profile picture and background image.
Our Twitter header showcases our branding, as well as some of the employees who help make our technology-enabled business solutions possible!
SOUND OFF: Does your organization’s account have a creative Twitter header? Share it with us by leaving a link below. (Don’t forget to share any tips or tricks too!)