Pinterest may evoke images of people collecting photos of exotic vacation locations or extravagant wedding ideas. However, these uses barely scrape the surface of Pinterest’s power.
Decent of the Memes We’ve all see this horrifying trend spread across Facebook and Twitter like a plague of sweaty buzzard-monkeys. This me-too pandemic, filled with trite images paired with funny or (even worse) inspirational sayings, has completely overrun social sharing sites.
The Facebook Story Recently we posted a New Years update to our Facebook business page which was viewed by a whopping 1% of our fans (6 in total) over the course of 5 days. Ever since Facebook added the option to Boost Posts, the organic reach of our content has completely died.
Quartz published a very interesting opinion on why the new Instagram video service tops out at 15 seconds (compared to Vine’s 6 second videos), citing 15 seconds as the length of a short TV commercial. Facebook, which owns Instagram, has long sought new ways to monetize digital content. This could very well be a play into the ad […]
Much ado has been made about Adobe’s switch to a cloud based system and their decision to only offer subscription licensing. Slightly more than a year ago, when the Adobe Creative Cloud option was first announced for Creative Suite 6, we jumped on board and haven’t ever looked back.
I was looking back through some old files and came across this post workflow diagram I created for the RED seemingly ages ago in 2009. Though it is only a couple years old, a lot has changed in our RED workflow.
We created this little guy as an expression driven stop motion effect test in After Effects. Layer visibility and movement is determined using an expression slider’s position which is in turn controlled at the highest level by checkbox controllers.
Short experimental animation transitioning from a solid object exploding in to particles, created for Grayscale Gorilla’s third Five Second Project.
We drove to Chicago and made this little short on the way. The entire piece was created in the car. The only thing we figured out before setting off on our journey was we wanted to do something with clay. Several blocks of Super Sculpey in various colors, wax paper, paperclips and gaff tape were […]
I stopped for coffee recently at a little drive-thru place. The coffee was pretty good, the employee was polite, and the service was quick. But the experience of pulling up to the window left a lasting memory.