The worst logos on the B-Side are below, and it’s not a pretty sight. This concludes our lists. Back on the 7th with regular posts. A happy new year to all.
Some nice, simple surprises emerged from the B-Side this year.
This one is pretty simple: We took the twelve projects that got the higher percentage rates from all Friday Likes this year and put them in order.
Time to dish out the worst of the year. Some for their execution, some for their concept, some for their strategy, some simply because the stars didn’t align in their favor in 2012.
Part I: The Best
Last year we did the Worst first, so this year we are giving the Best a shot at capturing some of the merry spirit of the holidays. Also different this year, there will be five total lists: Best and Worst of the main opinion pieces, Best and Worst of the B-Side, and Most Liked Friday Likes. These will be posted in these next two weeks. No other posts will be published. We will be back with our regular programming on January 7, 2013.
To end the year on a positive note here are The Best Identities of 2011. As much as I enjoy posting the train wrecks, the Bests are more fun, mostly because my selections tend to generate plenty of disagreement. You can catch the worst here. Enjoy and see you in 2012.
Without much further introduction — since now you know what to expect from our end of year round-ups — here are The Worst Identities of 2011. Enjoy! Part II: The Best will come next Monday.
For clarification: The choices are solely at my discretion. Original comments and voting results do not really influence my selections.
To conclude our selections on a positive note — although I bet Part I was infinitely more satisfying — here is Part II: The Best.
See also Part I: The Worst.
This year I will be dividing up the Best and Worst selections in separate posts. In part because there is a lot of information (including summaries of all the polls) and it will be easier to digest, and in part because we will be on semi vacation and won’t be posting daily for the next two weeks, so splitting it up gives us some content to spread as 2010 comes to a close. But enough of that, let’s get to it! Here is Part I: The Worst.
Part II next week.