Microsoft yesterday launched a new site called Snaps where they will share their favorite photos from the world of Microsoft with the public.
A few weeks ago, the Microsoft Stories team noticed something. With every amazing person we meet, and every epic moment we cover, our family photo album gets a little thicker. In fact, it’s pretty much bursting at the seams. So we’ve created a new place where we can share our favorite photos from the world of Microsoft with you. We’re calling it Snaps, and the photo above is just one of the images you’ll find there. Read below for the story behind it, then take a peek at the site to see more.
Below is an example of kind of photos you can expect from the site,
Xbox One designer Carl Ledbetter knows a thing or two about building from the ground up. More than a decade ago, he and his wife sat in a vacant lot with a white board and a bottle of wine and designed their dream home. Ledbetter’s home office is a personal museum of form and function. He collects interestingly-designed household products (blenders, irons, old Electrolux vacuums dating back decades).
Outside, he maintains a miniature forest of bonsai trees clustered around a reflecting pool. “I love the aesthetic of creating a miniaturized version of a mature tree,” Ledbetter said. Read the rest of the story here.
You can check out Snaps by yourself.