Get On With The Visual World
Have you noticed it? How every bit of our daily communication with the world gets less about words and more about pics and videos.
“Et tu, Brute?”. That’s what we thought when Google has decided to follow the trend and get visual. From now on, the mobile version of the search engine will push you to view, not read the titles and click through. All meant for us to stay on the Google page for more extended periods of time.
Another thing Google has to show for this month — Flutter, the new mobile app toolkit that allows you to build native interfaces for iOS and Android. The announced theme for the Flutter Release Preview 2 is pixel-perfect iOS apps. For more details, follow the link.
While we talk about pixel-perfect visuals, let’s not forget about social media creatives. As the attributes for both static and dynamic content change quite often, this guide for image and video sizes in 2018 will come handy for sure.
Many predict drastic modifications for Instagram following the news of the founders leaving the company. With Facebook in charge, how long will it take for this visual leader to become a Swiss knife, just like its big brother?
Another social giant facing prominent modifications is Twitter Inc. The network decided to change its regard toward “dehumanizing speech”. The new policy will take effect later this year and will prohibit “content that dehumanizes others based on their membership in an identifiable group, even when the material does not include a direct target.”.
Ad campaigns were always keen on visuals, yet it doesn’t save them from dying from time to time. Learn the main reasons behind failing campaigns and the best ways to revive them from this post by Charles Ngo.