Responsive Design vs Adaptive Design: Which is Best for Your Business?

Posted by Eric Tomlinson

Apr 7, 2021 12:16:48 PM

Responsive design and adaptive design are both relatively new ideas in internet time. The rise of mobile devices – both in terms of use and streaming plus data speeds, have hastened the need for businesses and their websites to be viewed not just on computer screens but on mobile screens as well. Based on mobile eCommerce statistics, 79% of smartphone users have purchased online using their mobile device in the last six months. 

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How to Run a Successful Facebook Giveaway: Lessons Learned

Posted by Gabi Ambrusico

Mar 31, 2021 12:39:34 PM

When planning for a Facebook giveaway, you must have all your ducks in a row so that it will run as smoothly as possible. But even when everything is planned, you must expect the unexpected. 

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Benefits of Experimenting With Social Media Tools

Posted by Jamie Huggins

Mar 10, 2021 10:59:05 AM

It probably comes as no surprise that social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube are growing in popularity. Seven out of ten Americans use social media, according to data from Pew Research. Furthermore, approximately three-quarters of Facebook users and six-in-ten Instagram users visit these sites at least once per day. And as people spend more time at home due to the current pandemic, social media usage numbers have only increased. 

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3 Essential Tools for Video Production

Posted by Mackenzie Randall

Mar 3, 2021 2:53:25 PM

If I was told I could only bring three tools with me on my next video shoot, here’s what my lineup would be:

  1. Professional Video Camera
  2. Microphone 
  3. Tripod/ Gimbal

Why would I bring these items? Read on to learn more.

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Case Study: Telling A Powerful Story Through Video Production

Posted by Liza Heiskell

Feb 25, 2021 12:53:32 PM

As visual storytellers, our video production team always goes into a production as prepared as possible. We scout locations; we do pre-interviews; we develop storylines and scripts, itineraries, shot lists, interview questions and so on. But most of the time, what you have to be prepared for is the unexpected. By learning to do that, you can produce some of the best, most genuine stories. 

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