It’s high time to convert all print communication tools into digital. Catalogs and e-catalogs are effective tools to communicate and educate your audience about your products and services. Having both digital and print assets will elevate your business. But now that everyone is online, digital reigns supreme.
Check out these five BIG reasons why you should transform all existing print catalogs into digital today!
- More Data – Digital catalogs have more life i.e. quick access to videos, animations & hyperlinks
- Shareability – With the click of a button, share your content with the entire digital world
- Anytime, Anywhere – Instant access with the help of mobile devices
- Cut Costs & Stay Updated – Make it once, stay updated with the times
- Gateway to Profits – Click through for immediate product-checkout
Responsive web design means making sure the content is appropriately viewable on all screen devices from desktops, tablets, smartphones and now wearable tech. As the screen gets smaller the design should get progressively less cluttered focusing on what is the most important information for the user. read more…
Email isn’t going anywhere. Though it may be hard to catch a consumer’s attention on social media, an email will still be seen – you just have to make sure it’s a good one. There are many things you can do to ensure that your business’ email is opened and easily redirects to your website, bringing you the ROI you desperately seek. Here are a few things to keep in mind when designing your email campaign: read more…
Live painting that combines dance and design, a graphic history of crossword puzzles, and poetry is now used in marketing. Here’s the design news you need to catch up on this week: read more…
Video marketing content is officially part of our daily lives and will only continue to grow rapidly. If you haven’t already, it’s time to integrate it into your company marketing strategy and use it consistently to promote your brand. Here are three suggestions on how to create effective video marketing content for your business:
The stock photography you choose to represent your brand plays a big part in attracting your desired clientele. Does the imagery you’re displaying on behalf of your company resonate with your target audience? Stock photography is used nearly everywhere in digital marketing these days – from websites to blogs to social media platforms to email marketing blasts – which is why it’s more important than ever before that you’re selecting the right imagery for your business. In the past, many stock photography websites were unbearably cheesy and staged, but in recent years, a plethora of free stock photography websites offering more natural images have popped up across the Internet. Here are three of our favorite websites for awesome stock photography – all for free download and free for commercial use!
At this point, nearly every business has an established company website to showcase their offerings; however, some websites don’t function as well as others. Within seconds of viewing your company website, potential clients decide whether or not they want to do business with you – that’s why it’s more important than ever to have a well-designed website that works for your business, not against it. Here are a few tips to make sure your company website is helping you grow your clientele:
Let’s be honest: print is undeniably becoming a thing of the past, and if you aren’t already, it’s time to take your marketing materials from static to dynamic. Transforming your traditional reports, catalogs, and graphs into interactive PDFs and presentations is really quite simple and is sure to captivate your audience beyond the limitations of print. Whether you’re new to the digital landscape or simply looking to keep up with the demand of producing consistent content, schedule a free 1-hour consultation with Vedia NYC to learn more about how we can elevate your brand with digital content:
As a designer, a solid portfolio is your greatest asset. Even if you hold a degree from a prestigious art school and have a stellar résumé with glowing recommendations, none of that matters much if you don’t have an impressive body of work to back it up. In addition to showcasing your artistic skills, your portfolio provides insight as to how you communicate as a designer and how much you know about basic design principles. Here are three tips for preparing your design portfolio that will ensure you make a great first impression during your interview: