GIFs (which, we're told by their inventor are actually pronounced "jifs") have become a popular way of communicating emotions or reactions on the internet. This is good, because they are able to convey a lot more than a smiley face or other emoticon can. On social networks like Twitter and Tumblr, reaction gifs are all the rage.
A new website called gifyourself has now gone one step further and created a service that allows people to personalise GIFs with their own faces. As well being a useful online tool, it's also a lot of fun. With that in mind, we thought we'd gif the whole Flow office. Meet the team ...
Bheki Shongwe – Chairman
Tara Turkington – CEO
Tiffany Turkington-Palmer – MD
Janet Berger – CEO: Flow Exhibitions
Richard Frank – Programming studio manager
Lorraine Gumede – Design studio manager
Beverley Strimer – Financial director
Roshni Nana – Project Manager
Christine Marot – Senior editor
Roy Barford – Manager: Flow Cape Town
Shoni Makhari – CEO: Flow PR
Melanie Feris – Writing studio manager
Kevin Collins – Strategist
Zander Janse van Rensburg
Thanks to our intern Kim Podmore for assistance in compiling this blog.