Image editing and sharing

This post should be read in conjunction with sharing an image via your mobile device. In this lesson I would like to talk about  editing, storing and sharing your photos/images on your device. Taking a photo To take a photo you  generally press the camera icon on your home screen. Or the app may be in your app…

Sharing an image via your mobile device

This post should be read in conjunction with editing and sharing images Now you are ready to store and or share your image, let’s find out how to do that on a mobile device. Sharing to the Cloud Sharing something to the Cloud means storing it (and possibly sharing it with other people) on the…

Optimising images for the Web: Example

Following on from Optimising images for the Web, here is a real life example. Before optimising This is a photo I took with my iphone and uploaded to WordPress. pixel dimensions originally 3264 x 2488 Width of post is 630 pixels so you can work out how many pixels are wasted. file size 2.2mb –…

Optimising images for the web

How to make images work on wordpress We know that using images on your website is supremely important. Try looking at a web page with no images at all. Would you buy a product, if you couldn’t see a picture of it? Check out any facebook post, do you stay and read them if they don’t…

5 rules for using images on websites

Why are images important I don’t need to tell how important it is to use images on your website. That’s why you’re reading this post. Many statistics float around the internet  about the impact that appropriate use of images can have on web traffic, clickability, user confidence or social media engagement. You can’t afford not…

Using and adding images

Copyright Google image search will produce countless number of results.  It is very tempting to use these to illustrate your blog or website . But beware.….. just because an image is on a website does not mean it can be freely copied.  In fact, it is usually safer to assume it is can’t be. But it’s…