It’s been a crazy spring, with church online and all the work that goes into making that happen. One constant on your to-do list, most likely, has been putting together church announcements slides and graphics for social media posts. (And that can take time. Five minutes here, ten minutes there . . . it all adds up.) [Read more…]
This week, the State of Washington put gatherings of 250 or more on hold in three counties, and more states are probably following suit as cases of the coronavirus grow. Where does that leave churches? [Read more…]
By Jeremy Poland
Every year, we take more and more photos of weekly services, events, and facilities to showcase our church in a digital age. This mass of photos easily becomes an ominous, disorganized folder on a desktop, or maybe it’s getting carried around in a pile of SD camera cards.
When we receive a request for a photo for a social post, a website banner, or an event promo slide, it always seems to be urgent. There isn’t time to sift through the archive and find the perfect image. How can this hunt be simplified? [Read more…]
By Amber Smith and Matthew Boffey
Social media for churches is about relationships. And just like any relationship, a little goes a long way—as long as the little is consistent.
Here are 10 easy wins for an effective social media presence. [Read more…]
By Joshua Hunt and Matthew Boffey
Typographic hierarchy helps the reader know what is most important. By grouping type into clearly defined visual categories, you organize the page for clear communication. [Read more…]