Do you often have a difficult time finding new ideas for content? It’s not always easy serving your audience fresh content every morning. Repurposing is an effective strategy that allows you to create new content from old.
Recently, FARO, the world's most trusted source for 3D measurement, imaging and realization technology came to CGI Interactive when they needed a series of product videos for their TracerM Laser Projector.
With so many mediums, it can be difficult to know how to choose the type of visual content for different situations. We asked 9 top marketers in their space to give us their predictions on what visual content strategies will be successful in 2017. Here’s what we learned.
When working in advertising, I’ve learned it’s important to experiment. Whether it’s just opening some software and playing around with settings I’m unfamiliar with, to trudging through 45 minute tutorials in broken English trying to explain some complex elements of 3d modeling.
When you have an awful experience with technology, you notice it. You can be using a banking app and can't sort your transactions, or you can be in your car and can’t figure out how to move the heat from your feet to defrost...usability issues are all around us.
When I was growing up, my Dad always told me to do the most difficult chore first. I still use this philosophy today when running through my to-do list. Design teams consider a similar approach every time they sit down to create a new website
Visual content plays an important role in marketing efforts. This is evident when you take a look at today’s campaigns. They’re jam-packed with promotional images, infographics, and videos. Businesses are increasingly investing in visual content because it consistently performs well on all the major social channels.