Easter is a great time to be inspired by the creativity coming from other churches. As I look online and see what other churches around the world are creating on their websites to promote their Easter services I’m amazed at the talent out there. I love the strategy, creativity and work that communication peeps, designers, videographers put into crafting a great online experience for Easter. Continue Reading…
No a social winter isn’t coming.
Jon Snow still knows nothing.
I’m hoping that Hootsuite’s clients always pay their debts.
Watch and enjoy this social app trying to leverage social momentum off #Gameofthrones launch this week.
Creating Easter videos for church is such a challenge and joy. Crossway’s Easter presentation this year is called ‘RED’. Our challenge was to create a trailer that will invoke interest and preview the essence of the Easter story from the presentation. For some, Easter is a heavy and for somber time. We wanted to catch the gravitas and drama of the time without it being depressing or overbearing.
Easter presentations and services are not far away. For most church communications departments it’s deadline time for design, websites, invitations, social media, videos and whatever else is in your communications toolbox to promote your Easter experience.
I think I’ve seen just about every church logo there is. Good or bad design, inspirational and creative. You name it. I’ve seen it. I think the best logos are distinctive, memorable, scalable and simple enough to use in different environments.
A logo or brand-mark though is only the tip of the branding iceberg. What wraps around the logo is just as important. Continue Reading…