#ios · android · Images · Media literacy · Mobile

#463 Patterns and Colours with Adobe Capture

Do you need to create colours and patterns for use in documents or designs. Sometimes you need to create colours that match with imagery and make patterns that can repeat. Adobe capture allows you to do this quickly using the feed from your smartphone camera or any pre-existing photo. With a few presses in the… Continue reading #463 Patterns and Colours with Adobe Capture

#ios · android · Apple · Browsers · Creative Commons · Images · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · Media literacy · Mobile · Social Media · Windows

#460 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Voting and Ranking [2/3]

In this second of three posts about GuruShots (catch the first one by clicking here) we take you through the process of voting and increasing your exposure level to other photographers. Essentially you submit one or more of your own photographs (depending on the challenge) into a photographic challenge and other members of Gurushots vote… Continue reading #460 Gurushots: The Photography Game – Voting and Ranking [2/3]

Images · Media literacy · PowerPoint · Uncategorized

#457 Giphy: Animate your images

In #357 we showed you how to add a gif to a PowerPoint, but what if the perfect gif doesn’t already exist? Don’t worry, in just a few simple steps you can animate an image, creating a gif to suit your needs! In this video we will take you through creating and exporting an image,… Continue reading #457 Giphy: Animate your images

Communication / Collaboration · Digital communication · Media literacy · Mobile · Timesavers · Top tip

#456 How to Group Video Call on WhatsApp

This is a top tip for anyone who uses WhatsApp. It’s now possible to have a group video call with up to four participants. This is great for friends or family but you could also use it to quickly and easily collaborate with colleagues or research students via your mobile phone. It’s really simple. All… Continue reading #456 How to Group Video Call on WhatsApp

#ios · android · Digital creation · Google Chrome · Media literacy · Mobile · Social Media · Top tip

#448 Mimic Mobile in a Browser

In this post we will look at how you can mimic a mobile experience within a browser. In this example we will look at Instagram. If you’ve accessed Instagram via a web browser you may have noticed you would not normally be able to post and can only post from a mobile device. Here are… Continue reading #448 Mimic Mobile in a Browser

Assessment · Communication / Collaboration · Data literacy · Digital collaboration · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital identity management · Digital innovation · Digital participation · E-portfolios · Information literacy · Media literacy · Microsoft Office

#439 Export your Sway

Following on from our previous Sway posts (see Sway), in today’s video we look at exporting Sway to PDF or Word documents. This, in conjunction for being able to create templates, makes Sway an excellent option for people looking for a portfolio or online CV tool for students. One of the most common questions we… Continue reading #439 Export your Sway

android · Digital creation · Media literacy · Mobile · Recording your screen · Top tip

#438 Vysor: To view your phone screen on a PC or Mac

Sometimes you want to demo something from your phone to a wider audience, maybe at a presentation or a demonstration. You may want to do it live or just to record something from your phone to put in a presentation. Vysor is a app in the chrome browser that allows you to do just that… Continue reading #438 Vysor: To view your phone screen on a PC or Mac