Published: June 29, 2020

ENVD Community Skill-Share YouTube Playlist


If we’ve learned anything during these past four months, it’s that staying creative, inventive and original is more essential than ever. What’s the best way to stay creative and inventive? By seeking inspiration and learning from others. 

What are the tips and tricks you wish you knew when you first started? Share them with your peers. Was there something new you learned using a specific software in a specific studio? We want to know all the deets. Are you a pro watercolor painter? Show us how it’s done. Got mad sketching skills? Whip that paper out. Whatever your skill may be, share it with others and help the ENVD community stay creative.

Hey instructors, you too! We know you have some wisdom up your sleeves. Like best practices for presentation board layouts, digital and printed. What are some common errors you see in the classroom? How can we fix them? 

ENVD invites you to contribute your expertise and knowledge to our newly created Community Skill-Share YouTube playlist. Your video can be anywhere from 60 seconds to 60 minutes, it’s up to you. We know that not everyone is an expert in video editing so let us take that pressure off your shoulders. We’ll edit your video and prepare it for YouTube! 

Send us your raw footage, or upload it to the Google Drive folder. Please be sure that your video file is MP4 or MOV. Also, be sure to include your name (for credits), the title of your video, and any other information you would like to include in the YouTube description. Feel free to create your own folder to help organize your files.

If you’re planning to record your screen, the Open Broadcast Software (OBS) is free and easy to use and has great quality.

P.S. there's no deadline. Contribute to the skill-share when you can! 

Feel free to reach out to Allyson Maturey, Angus MacInnis or Justin Nguyen if you have any questions about submitting a video.