I’m like a kid with a new toy.
That’s probably because I have a new toy.
The new toy is GIFQuickMaker which I bought from the Mac App Store for $2.99.
You can import as many JPEGs as you want, order them, and set the display time for each to a tenth of a second. You can then compile the GIF and run it with just two clicks.
I like memes (“meems”), or what are sometimes called image macros, but haven’t
used them much. The classic meme is just an image with a caption laid over it, using
white capital letters with a black outline and the Impact font.
Ever built an animated GIF and used it for marketing? Please leave a comment.
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About Mark: I’m an illustrator specializing in humor, branding, social media, and content marketing. I create images that get content seen and shared.
Questions? Send me an email.