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Getting Into Instagram’s New Algorithm Rhythm

24shares 1Share on Facebook 17Share on Twitter 6Share on LinkedIn 0 0If you’ve been following ArtsHacker’s recent exploration of Instagram, you’re already well on your way to making the most of this very visual social media tool. And change being the only thing you can rely on these days, Instagram recently announced they will be implementing an algorithm to show users posts they are “most interested in” first, rather than in strict chronological order. This is in the same vein as how Facebook (and now Twitter, kinda-sorta) re-orders the timeline feed you … Read more

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Three Ways You Can Prevent Frustrating Design Problems When Working With Portrait And Landscape Images

37shares 3Share on Facebook 20Share on Twitter 12Share on LinkedIn 1 1One common frustration when creating web content is trying to fit portrait aspect ratio photos into a landscape aspect ratio container, such as a landing page slider or something like a standardized event image template. It is the digital image equivalent of pounding a square peg into a round hole but here are three solutions you can use to help solve, and even prevent, this aggravation. THE PROBLEM At the heart of the trouble is the need to fit an image that … Read more

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Most Favored Nation (or Give It To Them, Gotta Give It To Me, Too)

29shares 3Share on Facebook 18Share on Twitter 8Share on LinkedIn 0 0In international trade, having a most favored nation agreement means that your country will receive trade terms on par with the most favorable terms offered to another country. When it comes to performing arts the term is applied in a similar manner. The term Most Favored Nation (MFN) appears most frequently in connection with performance rights for songs. Entertainment lawyer Gordon Firemark recently posted a video on the subject: “When you see that a deal point is treated on a Most … Read more

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