You can still get IE free, but I’d rather go with the new guy on the block, Edge. It’s much faster and less clunky.
Credits: Microsoft via Comparison of Three Online Multiplayer RPG’s, GifCities and Internet Archive
Need some angels or religious stuff to decorate your web page. Maybe try the place above.
Credits: Grafica Cristiana via GifCities and Internet Archive
Register now. It’s free. Yes, following Gifville is free, especially if you have a WordPress account or an email address.
Credits: nikolai4ou via GifCities and Internet Archive
UK magazine The Economist is offering a free designer notebook when you take out a 12-week subscription with them. Please note, Gifville is not promoting this offer and has no relations or dealings with companies featured in this GIF. This is just about appreciating a cool GIF.
Credits: The Economist via Freemoji Lottery and Outlook
An online advertisement GIF from the International Education Assoc. of Australia promoting their services for professional development of their members.
Credit: International Education Association of Australia
I’ve recently joined this unusual website called Freemoji Lottery. The premise is that you choose your five favourite emojis. Then every day, a draw is run with five emojis chosen from the keyboard. Get all five, you win. Up above are some emojis re-interpreted by designer Pat Johnson.
Credits: Pat Johnson via dribbble
Vintage style holiday ad found online – from the British camp holiday firm Butlins (of ‘Redcoats’ and Hi-De-Hi fame).
Credits: Butlins via Skegness, Giphy, Janet Harvey, We Are #StopBrexit – We Are The 48% and Facebook