Function point recently interviewed User Experience Designer and SFU Ph.D candidate, Sara Salevati, regarding her approach to design and the projects she is working on with fp.
Function Point recently interviewed User Experience Designer and SFU Ph.D candidate, Sara Salevati, regarding her approach to design and the projects she is working on with fp. This is part 1 of a 3 part interview.
When it comes to putting together effective presentations less is definitely more. And by less, I don't mean less practice, prep, structure and thought. I am simply referring to keeping your PowerPoint slides less cluttered visually and not putting together slides to be used as a teleprompter.
By the time I walked into fp. for my first day of work two weeks ago, I was pretty sure fp. would be a dynamic place to work. Not only was I prepared for a closely knit cast of characters, I was prepared for it to take a while for me to insert my particular brand of odd diet and strange humor into the mix, not to mention my furry canine daughter “River”.
Every business is different, and therefore every business has different software needs, but there are some things that are general good practices when choosing design agency software or software vendors to work with.
You can use these principles when choosing ad agency collaboration software, project management tools, accounting software, or even when considering whether it's worth it to buy new hardware!
Today, I’d like to share my experience helping small and mid-sized advertising agencies improve collaboration amongst their team members. Whether you are a studio technician, a graphic designer or an account executive, you are always collaborating with your peers. The type of collaboration can be simply assisting your co-worker with a design task that is part of an overall project or reviewing artwork with your client.
Limited risk, faster implementation and deployment, and greater utilization rates are some of the other benefits that one can expect from a Software as a Service solution. Today, I would like to continue reviewing the advantages of adopting the SaaS model for your advertising agency. If you missed Part 1 of this series, have no fear! You can catch up here.