Description: An abbreviation for "graphic interchange format," GIFs offer a a lossless format for image files that supports both animated and static images.
GIFs represent the second most common image format used online after JPEGs. GIFs behave like videos, but they’re really just a collection of animated still images. You’ve no doubt seen GIFs in action via viral memes.
People use GIFs to serve multiple purposes, including instructional sequences in a tutorial (see above), as before and after or other timeline applications, and more. See the related articles below for more information & inspiration.
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