Social Media Design Cheat Sheet 2015 (Infographic) If you’ve been active on social media for a while, or you just made your accounts, you’ll realize that when it comes social media, visual content and social media go together like French fries and dip sauce, and all comes down to the last pixel. Social networks are constantly adding up more features, visual elements, and it seems like every day when you wake up, you see a new element or iteration being made to the social networks you are active, making you go back and figure out the right size of cover images, post images and align your campaign according to the latest set of changes. It has become extremely difficult for businesses to stay on top of all of these changes, and we see a lot of people asking, what should be the size of my Twitter Header? Can I post the same picture on Twitter which I shared on my Facebook feed? Can I add call to action on my cover?
Twitter: The Best PD For Educators Free, instantaneous and self-directed, social networks like Twitter carry enormous benefits for educators’ professional development. By following national experts and participating in worldwide chats, even skeptical teachers can share lessons, explore theories, and trade resources. Many simple ways exist for teachers to gain insights into eye-opening concepts, articles, and resources through cooperative technology. Professional development can often be costly, but free social networks empower both educators and students to direct their own learning and internalize best practices from esteemed experts and fellow instructors. Social networking has become an integral part of most families’ lives, but it has not yet become synonymous with education. As daily leaders in their students’ lives, teachers also need to be technological leaders in tapping into dynamic information streams like Twitter, Pinterest, and others to collect best practices and motivate young learners.
Streamdın We create amazing digital experiences We are digital strategists, creatives, engineers, and mentors. We are the digital agency of today creating amazing iPhone, iPad, Android, and Web experiences for tomorrow. By the numbers 10,000,000+ App Downloads 4.5 Avg. Rating 6 min Avg. Cargo Showcase Feed Index Next (J) Peter Hapak Design template: 10 Awesome Twitter Analytics and Visualization Tools Recently Twitter rolled out their native analytics platform for all users and now you can get some quality data about your tweets directly from Twitter. After researching over a thousand Twitter Tools for the Twitter Tools Book I came across many Twitter analytics and visualization tools. These Twitter tools were designed to add value by presenting a different way to visualize or analyze your tweets, the people in your network, and the tweets from the people in your network. Many tools tried to add value and failed. At least they tried. The following tools, however, stand out in my mind as exceptional or entertaining and I recommend you check them out if you want to analyze and visualize your activity on Twitter.
#18181f hex color In a RGB color space, hex #18181f is composed of 9.4% red, 9.4% green and 12.2% blue. Whereas in a CMYK color space, it is composed of 22.6% cyan, 22.6% magenta, 0% yellow and 87.8% black. It has a hue angle of 240 degrees, a saturation of 12.7% and a lightness of 10.8%. #18181f color hex could be obtained by blending #30303e with #000000. Closest websafe color is: #000033. R 9 G 9 B 12 RGB color chart C 23 M 23 Y 0 K 88 CMYK color chart 100 Of The Best Twitter Tools For Teachers By Category In 2009, we shared our favorite tools for teachers on Twitter, with 100 resources for managing feeds, finding followers, and tackling classroom groups on the social media site. Since then, many tools have been revamped, replaced, or simply aren’t available anymore. Clearly, an update is in order, so we’re proud to present a new list for 2012, featuring the very best tools available to Twittering teachers today.
UnfollowıngForTwıtter Have you asked yourself this? Well you're in luck - ManageFlitter has the answer! Click "Connect to Twitter" below to connect your account. 40 Beautiful InfoGraphic Designs Posted by Andrew Lindstrom / Lists / September 20th, 2010 An information graphic in its simplest form is a visual interpretation of data. Though an incredibly useful form of data presentation, infographics have traditionally been an underwhelming sector of the design world. That being said, there are some brilliant designers out there who have turned this typically dull form of data visualization into beautiful and creative works of art. In appreciation of those designers who find beauty in data, I’ve collected 40 beautiful infographic designs that inspire me.
15 Effective Twitter Tools You Haven't Heard About... Yet Do you know all the tools you can use with Twitter and how you can use them? There is no other social network where there are so many tools to help you get the most out of your efforts. The problem is always to find or know exactly the tool you need right now. We have already written a lot about Twitter tools, we talked about scheduling tweets, automated direct messages, follow- unfollow tools and more.
Get Colors from Image With the magic of HTML5 you can get colors from any image with this simple online tool. To use this new color tool it's recomended that you upgrade your web browser to the latest version.(For the full HTML5 support). 25 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Twitter Twitter may very well be the single most important tool for teachers right now. Considering many are not even using the service, that says a lot about how effective the platform is for learning, engaging, development, and more. In an effort to make sure you are getting the most out of Twitter, we’ve compiled a very lengthy list of tips and tricks. That long list is coming out tomorrow morning but we thought you’d enjoy our hand-picked choices. See Also: 45 Simple Twitter Tips Everyone Should Know About
Tweet-o-Meter Is it true that, "New York is the city that never sleeps!"? Do Londoners send more Tweets than New Yorkians'? Is Oslo a bigger Tweeter than Munich? Is Tokyo as much into Tweets as Barcelona? Has San Francisco calmed down after all that talk about the iPad? Tweet-o-Meter Knows!
45 Beautifully Designed Book Covers Posted by Andrew Lindstrom / Lists / June 11th, 2009 I would imagine that nobody hates the expression don’t judge a book by its cover more than an actual book cover designer. Obviously, the metaphor isn’t really about books – but still, that’s gotta sting a little. Let’s face it, if people didn’t actually “judge books by their covers”, there would be a lot of graphic designers out of a job. The need for company branding, attractive packaging or promotional material of any kind would be non-existent; thus leaving the lowly graphic designer nothing short of obsolete. So in the spirit of judging books by their covers, I’ve compiled a list of 45 beautifully designed book covers that I find inspiring.