Join Von Glitschka for an in-depth discussion in this video Posting gifs on Twitter, part of Social Media for Graphic Designers.
- [Instructor] Out of all the social media platforms,…Twitter is by the far the easiest one to use…if you want to post an animated GIF.…Let me show you how to do it.…Other platforms can kind of make this process…a little convoluted, and at some point in the past…you couldn't even do it on platforms like Facebook…until most recently within the last few years or so.…But on Twitter, it's a no brainer, easy thing to do.…So, we're going to go ahead and author a new tweet,…so we'll click the compose tweet button.…
And this, what I'm going to upload is an animated GIF…that I created and I'm going to call it an Abeimated GIF.…That'll make sense in just a second.…And we'll go, honest Abe.…Can you tell who this is going to involve?…Blurred thought, what does that mean?…Well you're going to have to wait and see.…And, head games.…So I'm just having a little fun with the hash tags here.…
But you'll notice here, there is a button called add GIF.…That's not what you want to click.…I'll go over that after I post my animated GIF…
- Understanding social media for business
- Branding yourself on social media
- The role of your website in social media
- Social media image sizes
- Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram strategies for designers
- Understanding Behance
- Using LinkedIn
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Facebook Strategy for Designers
3. Twitter Strategy for Designers
4. Instagram Strategy for Designers
5. Exploring Other Social Networks
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