Investment into a project is a must for a client. When becoming invested into a project a client has a better chance of understanding the overall concept of the product being produced. This can at times lead to a client becoming too individually invested into the product. I’d like to offer up a few things to consider when reviewing design deliverables.
We’re back from another successful year at eduWeb! This year’s conference gave us yet another opportunity to really listen and learn about some of the most pressing challenges commonly faced by higher education marketers and technologists from institutions across the country. Out of everything we heard, a few major themes persisted throughout the conference.
As the summer comes to an end and our interns get ready to head back to school, we asked each of our summer interns to tell us about what they have accomplished and their experience here. In this blog post, our interns - Cassie Marcantonio, Emily Berg and Maria Potepalova -- take you inside their experiences at VisionPoint.
One of the first things I learned when joining the VisionPoint Marketing team was the sincere importance of the company culture and values. During my initial interview at the office, I was introduced to the “Vision Points”. While each of these unique values had an impact on my decision to work at VisionPoint, there were a few in particular that really resonated with my professional goals and my ideal workplace environment.