By Brendan Johnson, Design Intern at GovDelivery As government communicators, often we have to work with design in all formats, especially digital design. But when you need to throw a picture up on your website, into an email, or send out in a social media post, is it a quick and easy process? Do youRead… Read more »
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We’re hosting a free webinar this Thursday, Aug 8, 2013 at 2:00 PM EDT. Register now. In the hour-long webinar, we’ll explain why images and infographics are so important on social media, show examples of great communication via imagery, and – most importantly – explain why some images perform better than others. We’ll also leaveRead… Read more »
A recent email I received asked about way to just have some sort of in-house image management software—just enough to get the job done. So, I thought up a quick way to do this and I wanted to share it with you. It may not be the solution for everyone, but it’s functional. If yourRead… Read more »
Has anyone read or glanced at an “Images of America” book featuring any of many places in the U.S.? I’m working on Pine City’s version of the book. I was just wondering what everyone else thought of the series and whether anyone out there had ideas or suggestions for me.
Note: This post is of my own personal opinion and is not endorsed or supported by any local, state, or federal government agency. I know this is for blog posts, but I wanted to put the word out that we [U.S. Geological Survey] have launched a new USGS Video and Image Gallery. We’re pretty excitedRead… Read more »