Advertising students at Deakin University produced campaigns with one to get presented to the amazing social enterprise we know as Who Gives a Crap. Although this campaign was chosen as a finalist to actually get used by the company it was a great experience to create for such a reputable social enterprise. Background Who Gives a Crap provide ethical recycled toilet paper and 50% of profits help those who don’t have access to a … Read More
In this field report on using the LearnDash learning management system (LMS), I’d like to take you through some of the logic behind our choices as we set up a comprehensive piano chords e-learning course and hopefully inspire other media makers. (You can also check out April’s free piano lessons). We chose to host our course on our own WordPress site and install the LearnDash plugin. The decision really comes down to the benefits … Read More
Hi, This is the first post to get the conversation rolling on digital media topics that entertain, thrill, and educate. I realise the nature of web 2.0 means that I will likely mean that I am the main person contributing for a while, but that’s fine. I enjoy doing it and look forward to the day when I have company here. Today’s post is a Youtube video I made showing how we use Pinterest … Read More
Lets start with virtues Courage As a creative it is important to have the courage to pursue ideas. And then face constructive criticism as to weather changes would strengthen or weaken the defined communication message. Diligence Through diligence perseverance and dedication to professional practices I continue to improve. Compassion I have compassion for all stakeholders in my open ethical communication and messaging, never resorting to stereotypes. Wisdom I am willing to take the council … Read More
This video is all about preparing your thumbnail image using a template. Your thumbnail image is the image that people see and click on in youtube. We will create a template in Canva and also fill out the tags and description. Image adapted from CC0 by Elisa Riva (social) [clickToTweet tweet=”Now I can create a thumbnail on Youtube. Thanks #teamricky” quote=”Tell twitter you can make a thumbnail now.”]
Today on tips and tricks we introduce Canva as a way to make infographics. I find myself using Canva lot’s these days for those simple quick image work, where we want to present professional looking design but can’t afford to fuss all day about the production of it. Image Adapted from CC0 by Stefan Keller (Fantasy) Consider: How you can use Canva to improve how your business is represented.