If you run a business and are active on social media, or if you’re a social media or community manager, you’ve probably heard about Facebook canvases by now. Or not, it is still quite a new tool and not everyone feels confident enough to start using it. It’s a shame though as Facebook canvases are a great way to reach out to new clients. In this article, we’d like to show you how simple it is to create canvases so that you can now starting using this amazing tool yourself!
For this interview, we decided to change things a bit and meet with one of our interns instead of one of our team members. Indeed, @ EVO we value our interns as much as our employees and we really do care about the experience they have here and their thoughts on how things are going. This is why we invite you to take a look at Florian’s thoughts on what it is like to intern @ EVO!
We all come to a point, in our projects, where we need to re-center our work efforts on the user. We all know who our target audience is, but it is sometimes hard to keep it in mind when things go fast and you only have a limited amount of time before delivering something that works. However, our efforts will be useless if our project doesn’t coincide with our user’s needs. This is where personas can be very useful and help you focus your efforts on what’s relevant.
In this bog post, we will go over the different steps of creating your own personas, how to handle your interviews and how to use them. After reading this, you should be able to start creating personas for your projects.
Contrary to what lots of people might think, not everything related to web design is done using Photoshop anymore, and lots of programs are starting to arise. Designing in Photoshop isn’t as easy as it sounds, it can even sometimes be quite difficult. This is why, today we’re going to look at two alternatives, Sketch and Adobe XD, and compare them in terms of web and mobile design. Shall the battle between Sketch, Photoshop and Adobe XD begin!
Wanted: Social Media Specialist to handle strategic operations of our marketing and social media bases.
Is your mind filled with creative marketing ideas? Are you an expert in social media and social media advertising? Do you know all there is to know about influencer marketing? Do you have a natural talent for identifying brand issues and running competitive benchmarking? Are you a KPI wonder child? Most of all, are you looking for a new and exciting challenge?
Great, we might have something for you. Just keep reading…
The SWF, or small web format, is dying off. It’s not news to most of us who work day in and day out, on the interwebs; but more often than not the average surfer doesn’t know or understand the significant change.
Adobe Flash, the program used to generate SWF animations, has been around since 1996; so when it was discontinued end of November 2015, it was a little like saying goodbye to an old friend. A long, protracted, arduous good-bye.
The practice of ergonomics has become more and more important over the years. To the point where it would now be greatly damaging for someone to omit this step in the developing phase of his project.
To guide us through it, our Head of UX/UI & Ergonomics created this checklist. Because we think this kind of process could not only benefit us but also our clients or any people in the industry, we decided to make it as simple and broad as possible. You’ll be able to use for each of your projects: websites, mobiles sites, web apps and mobile apps.
Contrary to what many people think, designing and building a form is not an easy task. Of course, doing it doesn’t require lots of efforts. Doing it right, however, and by this we mean creating an effective form, requires some strategic thinking. The method, we’ve come to adopt, and that seems to give pretty good results, is based on four pillars: form design, field building, validation process and copywriting. Let me explain you how it works…
WANTED : Coding Magician to translate genius designs into virtual piece-of-art websites
As we have now come to term with the fact that geeks are a higher species and actually the only one able to save us all from a very possible extinction, we decided we needed more of them within our company. Don’t worry, our offices aren’t only full of strategists, marketers and designers at the moment. We do already have a bunch of geeks in our stock, but don’t they say: “The more, the merrier”?