Have yourself a merry little GIF-mas with Enjoy Digital

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Leeds-based integrated digital marketing specialist, Enjoy Digital, is spreading some extra special festive cheer this December with the launch of its interactive online Christmas GIF generator.

The online application is available here: and uses a vintage 80s TV as the main interface. Users can upload selfies to generate custom animated Christmas GIFs from a wide variety of festive movies, pop music favourites and TV. People can also spread the seasonal joy by sharing their creations through Facebook and Twitter too.

Sean Parker, Creative Director at Enjoy Digital said: “Our ability to create innovative onsite pieces and engaging, shareable content is part of the agency’s lifeblood and something we pride ourselves on. The Christmas tool showcases this perfectly and we hope everyone has fun using it to generate and share their own festive GIFs – we’ve certainly enjoyed making it. We’re looking forward to seeing some of the results.”

Enjoy Digital operates internationally from its base in Leeds. Its team of more than 50, works with a range of leading brands including Cox Automotive Group, Costcutter and HESCO Bastion.

For further information about the agency, please visit


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