If you started your #business with a rather small budget, entered the market without having all your representative elements aligned, and succeeded – you did a hell of a job. But probably soon you will want all your ducks in a row, to proceed with a clear identity and message, so keeping your existing customers loyalty as well as attracting new ones.
Imagine walking into a store where there are no departments, the products are all different and are piled up without prices or labels: would you ever be looking for what you need?
Perhaps, perhaps arming yourself with a little time and patience.
Beware though: the potential follower who lands on your Instagram feed has neither.
An office and everything within – furniture, posters, little decorations are reflections of your agency’s culture and your company’s personality. As per general people buy things that express their inner “I”, and surround themselves with little representatives that allow mute communication with the world, your office environment does it as a collective.
A new year has now begun, and also all the news and trends that follow, between work and daily routine, every designer tries, indeed, MUST always keep up with times. The digital world has evolved so fast that many designers are struggling to keep up with the latest trends and technologies. In this short article, written by me, a visual designer, without any presumptions and writing skills, I would really like to talk about how the world of UX and UI design is evolving in the last recent months.
Recently we had a guest at our studio. No other, but the central midfielder of U. S. Viterbese – Linas Megelaitis who came for a quick visit and brought an amazing gift! His own jersey, that he signed and we proudly hung on our wall, as a sign of friendship, it represent the competition we face in our everyday life and the territory where we live – Viterbo.
We found a new home! After working in the industrial district of Viterbo for a year and from our home office for the last half year, we are proud to announce that we moved into Lazio Innova – Viterbo offices. From now on you can find us in Via Faul, 22, 01100 Viterbo VT. See you soon!
What to do when you move to a new country without yet speaking the language and you want to find local clients?
The good thing is – that we live in the 21st century, where amazing things happen on a daily basis. Times in which you can rely on technology to fit in the missing pieces of the puzzle.
Finally we can show you our 2022 Calendar!
In the last two months, between one project and another, we’ve had fun creating our calendar that we’ve given to our customers.
Our character, Leonino, symbol of our Viterbo, wanders around the historic center having fun animating the city.