The popularity of image-sharing sites like Instagram has made photo filters, those visual enhancers that make pictures look richer, grainier or aged, part of the everyday digital language that affects the way people engage with photos.
If you look at individual or business Facebook profiles you will notice many statuses that are along the line of “I am doing this” or “We just did that”. But stating facts is not what social media is all about. It’s about communicating and sharing your thoughts, stories, experiences and ideas with your audience.
One of the best ways to make your social media covers, posts, ads or banners come to life is to choose a beautiful photo that will add interest to your visual. You can use your own, or you can choose one from many free stock libraries that we recommended in our previous blogs. However, purpose of a good design is not only to look good but also to communicate your message in a way that is cohesive, understandable and easy to read...
Creating social media content continuously, while maintaining the same level of quality and interest, is one of the most difficult struggles of any Social Media or Business Manager. Especially if you don’t have time, money or resources to create it at the rate the social media environment demands it. If you have similar problem we have just one thing to tell you: YOU DON’T HAVE TO CREATE NEW CONTENT EVERY DAY...
As promised, it’s time for 10 more simple and effective tips that will help you share your visual story. This time around we are focusing on colors, shapes and effects that can dramatically improve how your visual content communicates with your fans:
In the past couple of months we have shared many tips and techniques on how to apply correct colors, images, fonts or layouts in order to bring your message to life and create awesome social media visuals. As a push for relatable and inspiring visual content is only getting stronger we decided to make a little recap of top 20 tips that will help you create images that get noticed:
Visual content is in high demand, especially for the hospitality industry, and having delicious looking photos across your social media platforms is essential. However, if you are not a professional photographer taking a food photo can be very challenging so let's start this blog with a few tips on what it takes to make a great one.
There’s no better way to ignite engagement but to use visual content. You will stand out from the crowd and get a second chance to repurpose text-only content into eye catching graphs, interesting quotes, great social media post. The possibilities are endless. But how to create images that don’t take hours to make or don’t spend your entire marketing budget?