Seeing creaors’ processes and behind-the-scenes content can give you a more realistic vision of the creative process, and following the evolution of someone's work over time is much more inspiring than finding a cute logo on Pinterest.Read More
On a platform all about images, you better be sure you're optimizing yours so they look their best. Let me show you how.Read More
I'm updating my Facebook image optimization recommendations!Read More
To follow up on my Designing for Facebook post, this week I'll guide you through designing graphics for YouTube.
Obviously, your main focus on YouTube should be creating videos that add value to your brand and stay consistent with your brand messaging. But as with any other part of your brand, getting the details polished and perfect can really elevate the quality of your brand and show your audience that your take your business seriously.Read More
Creating your own graphics when you're first starting your business can help cut costs and get your business online quickly. Canva and other free design software makes it easier than ever to learn how to create graphics. But Canva can't teach you design principles, so it's possible that you're making design faux paux without knowing it.Read More
Facebook hates design.
At least that how I've felt when trying to design images for Facebook. They use image compression on any image you upload, leaving artifacts and fuzzy images, and when you go to their help center to try to figure out what you're doing wrong, their help center is anything BUT helpful.Read More
Today I'll be sharing some basic, but vital, social media tips I've picked up while promoting my own content on social media and helping my clients do the same.
Working on your social media strategy may seem overwhelming, and there is a lot of information out there, and a lot of ways to improve your engagement; but you'd be surprised what a difference these five little tips make.Read More