Did You Know - dA @webdeviantART @webDid You Know - dA @web22 hours ago in Art Features More Like This
While the website itself is rather obvious, you can find deviantART at other spots in the world wide web as well.
It helps to stay connected and informed, even if you can't log in to dA itself.
A few of those accounts can already be found in the deviantART footer, but there is a more!
On Twitter you will also find a bunch of other accounts that are all related to a certain topic like a special gallery, DDs, journals etc.
• https://twitter.com/DailyDeviations •
• https://twitter.com/dA_journals •
https://twitter.com/dA_crafts • https://twitter.com/dA_literature
https://twitter.com/dA_resources • https://twitter.com/d
social mediaover the past few days i've been changing my username to mosseiy everywhere so it's not like i'm using like 4 different usernames, so it's probably a good idea to link places here aka shamelessly promote myselfsocial media14 hours ago in Personal More Like This
twitter (it's private but you can follow me anyway it's just so i can keep certain people i know from seeing my things but none of those people look at deviantart so you're all good, in the future i'll probably have a personal twitter and an art etc twitter or something maybe idk)
8 Insights to Demystify Teen Usage of Social MediaAre you baffled by how teenagers use social media? Are you having trouble following which tools teens are using and why they keep moving from one platform to the next? if so, you’re not alone.8 Insights to Demystify Teen Usage of Social Media22 hours ago in Personal More Like This
Danah Boyd, author of the upcoming book, It’s Complicated – the social lives of networked teens, delivered a compelling presentation at this year’s SXSW on the why’s and what’s of teen usage of social media. From Facebook to Snapchat to Secret, she painted a clear picture of how teens use these social media tools, what they’re looking to get out of them, and how to understand their sometimes confusing behavior.
Here are 8 insights about teen behavior in social media that I picked up from Danah’s talk.
Taking a small social media pseudo-hiatus.Hey everybody!Taking a small social media pseudo-hiatus.11 hours ago in Personal More Like This
Have I told you what a pleasure it is to know all of you? Because it is. You guys are awesome!
Okay, so I'm in the process of getting my new Minions comic project put together and ready for online publication starting next month (which isn't far away, if you look at it). I'm essentially done with the first issue script and now I'm lettering the book and starting the penciling.
Between work on that project and the other stuff I have currently going on, I don't want to get totally distracted by social media (except for the occasional break). So I'm planning on taking a social media pseudo-hiatus for the next week or two. This doesn't mean I'll be completely gone like a regular hiatus, but I will be for a little bit while I get the project stuff all sorted out. So if I don't comment for a while, don't like or fav, or don't post messages or chat online (or if people want to chat and I say I'm busy), you guys know why. Because comics are on the way!
Oh - I will prob