In this article, I’ll go over the best way to create shareable videos for the political campaign you work for or support, making sure your content doesn’t sacrifice quality, professionalism, output pace, or distinctive styling. Here’s what you should know.
For violent or traumatizing footage shared on social media, content warnings or trigger warnings are needed, since these types of content can be severely harmful for audiences, especially those with related trauma. Add your own with this template.
Social media and news have cycled through COVID content for months. But what about the memes? Obviously, we’ve seen the coronavirus memes – that’s not what I’m talking about. What about meme culture, as a whole? What about young people’s humor?
If you’re sharing videos that were recorded in public, it’s vital to protect the safety of everyone involved. This can mean redacting parts of audio, blurring faces, and obscuring license plates of the vulnerable individuals included in your photos and videos. Here’s how to do so online.
Today across the world, people are joining in an online #BlackoutTuesday for the safety, dignity, and survival of Black people in America. But there's a lot to be aware of, and a lot of care you need to take in order to contribute positively. Here's what you should and shouldn't do.
BEHOLD! The best GIFs we could pull from the July 30th and July 31st 2020 Democratic debates.