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One of the hardest things for a busy agency with a lot on the go and a heavy schedule is managing different inputs and outputs of day-to-day life. Fortunately, there are many extremely useful productivity tools out there that are designed for just that purpose. 

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One thing that has always been important for me is syncing. Between different computers and devices, I want to be able to easily access certain information anywhere. That grocery list is much easier to make on a laptop, but that's not a very useful place for it when actually at the grocery store. That is why it is so important to have apps that support this workflow.

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Choosing the right web browser is just important as choosing which web based workflow and project management software to use for your creative agency. Selecting a modern and secure web browser that you and your colleagues utilize throughout the life cycle of the product is important to ensure that all staff experiences the same level functionality, usability and security.

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Everyone at fp. knows of a mystical area within the office. This area is housed by many high level magicians that bestow many high level enchantments and cast a plethora of powerful spells that affect our application everyday — ahem, sorry I got carried away there!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Once upon a time, ancient man used plant pigments, sticks & stones, to carve art into caves, cliff faces, jewelry & sculptures. Fast forward 40,000 years and what do we have? Designers, marketers, animators, photographers & creatives, all tap, tap, click, click, touch, touch, swiping away on their computers, smartphones and tablets. Let’s face it, you can only lead the way and have others chase your taillights if you are using cutting edge hardware and software tools in your creative agency. As I am a bit of a geek at heart, and well… somewhat creative, once in a while I stumble upon interesting emerging technologies. Here’s a couple to keep an eye on…

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Security is always important whether you keep the information on your home / work  desktop, or laptop. We all "talk the talk", and mention how important it is, but do we do enough to actually reduce security threats ? Or more importantly, DO YOU do enough to reduce security threats to your own data ?

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Many advertising agencies and graphic design firms require a mix of windows and mac computers to accomplish their day to day activities such as developing and testing on different platforms, browsers etc. 

There are two main ways to approach multi OS workflows:

  1. Run on physical separate hardware (multiple computers)
  2. Run on one physical computer.

 

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