Wall of Tweets, a product developed by Zagreb-based user experience agency UX passion, is going to be the official Twitter wall for the first American presidential debate between the current US president Barrack obama and republican candidate Mitt Romney – UX Passion’s CEO Vibor Cipan confirmed exclusively for Netocratic.
The debate will be held a the University of Colorado. Why is this important? If you don’t follow US politics, Colorado is a swing state where there is no clear winner. That’s why it’s been chosen as the first “battleground” state to have the presidential debate in, the event having a big impact in american politics.
Cipan commented the move for Netocratic:
While we have had big clients such as the World Economic Forum, it’s so great to see a new key event use our product. The moment when such a high profile team tells you that Wall of Tweets is “the best social media wall solution in the world” makes us very, very happys and tells the team that all the spent hours working on it were worth the effort.
This is not Wall of Tweets’ first international success, with the solution being present at numerous TEDx events, Ignites, the key debate at Davos and so on. The product is still tied to UX Passion and has still not become a separate startup or raised funding – so it might be a good time for investors to look at it.
Seems that while Twitter might not like Twitter clients, Wall of Tweets is a product that’s making the fastest social network in the world even more relevant.