Good idea, but what if you want to have an easy-to-use platform for sharing your design ideas? Let’s start with a few.
I like hashtags. They’re a great way to share things, but it’s much more than that. They’re also a great way to get your Twitter followers to read your blog. A hashtag is basically a short string of words, such as #somestuff, #lucasontroller, #designwork, etc.
One of the reasons I got so many of these hashtags is because it’s super easy to link to and make the most of your design ideas. I’ve made a few projects that I use hashtags to link to, but I don’t have a lot of time to explore them all, so just let me know what you think.
I made a few of these with the hashtag #designwork and it was so easy to link to it. I wouldnt say it was the most creative, but it was easy to see what someone was doing and why.
This project turned out to be pretty awesome, but it was only a partial success because the site had to be updated to reflect this problem. If you know someone who is working on the project, you can find out what they are up to. It got really popular a few months ago – and I’m sure you will. But the changes have been a little bit more subtle – I’ll post a new version of this project here soon.
I know this is really old and probably not very productive, but a simple way to find out if someone is up to date with a project is to follow the link to the project on ModelSmasher. It is not a perfect solution because you are still updating the project with every change, but it is a good way to look at the work that someone is doing.
The idea of hashtags is to make a simple, easy to remember way to find out who is up-to-date with your projects. A simple way to have someone know if they are up-to-date is to look at the hashtag. What are the tags in your projects? That is the easiest way to find out if someone is up-to-date with your projects.
But what I like about it is that it is easy to remember. I have to look up the project every time I run into someone new, but it is still so easy to remember. And it is not like you are searching for the tag to see who is updating their model, it is just simply an easy way to find out.
I use hashtags because we tend to have a lot of models that are updated every year but I do not need to check them out every time I run into a new model. The only thing I am looking for is if my model is up-to-date. I don’t care if it is not updated because I do not need to know it.
The thing is, it’s not that hard to come up with hashtags. The only thing that is difficult is how to remember them. So if you happen to know that a model is updated every year, you can just follow that hashtag and you will be able to find out. Some models will automatically have their hashtags show up in the comments, some will show up in the project page or in the tracker, and some will not.