matt cooper

  • Visually + ScribbleLiveThe Future of Content Marketing

    As traditional, interruption-based advertising becomes less effective, marketers are under increased pressure to create engaging, high-quality content that stands out from the competition. Visually has met these needs for the past four years by pairing brands with top creative talent, and giving them the tools they need to make content creation fast and affordable.

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  • How to Craft Visual Content for a Mobile Audience

    Name any of the most highly regarded data visualizations offered in the last half decade and there’s no doubt the most stunning examples involved intricate design and elaborate storytelling. Take The New Yorker’s wonderful Inequality and New York’s Subway interactive graphic as an example: You can toggle through each subway line and hover over each stop to see the neighborh ...

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  • There’s More Demand for Premium Video Than Ever Before

    Matt Cooper published on September 24, 2015 in Design In January 2007, a man named Ron Davis uploaded a video to YouTube of his bulldog Tillman skateboarding around a Santa Monica park. It was a viral sensation, attracting tens of millions of views, and from then forward it was consistently cited by media pundits as a harbinger of things to come, an example of the kind o ...

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  • How to Get More Mileage Out of Your Visual Content

    This summer, a video, The Fallen of World War II, was uploaded to Vimeo and gained attention across the Internet. Written, directed, coded, and narrated by a data-visualization specialist named Neil Halloran, the video spends 18 jaw-dropping minutes narrating the history of World War II through the prism of how many people died.

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  • How to Choose the Best Platform to Host Your Video

    Matt Cooper published on September 15, 2015 in Video Earlier this year YouTube launched a very public celebration of its 10-year anniversary. It had much to be proud of; over the past decade, it has provided a platform and audience for some of the most iconic videos to emerge on the web, everything from the humorous (Charlie Bit My Finger, David at the Dentist) to the po ...

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