Multimedia & Interactive Design

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Multimedia and Interactive Design and Development includes website animation, online games, online and CD based training, CD Presentations and Electronic Business Card CDs that allow your client or potential client to interact visually and physically with your information in a way that they choose. Other elements of interactive design include videos and photography that allow you to convey your message in new and exciting ways.

Our Multimedia Development team can also integrate video, text, photography, and online elements to create fresh and exciting digital signage displays to use in your showroom or waiting rooms, and create traffic-stopping presentations for your next trade show. We can even help create custom PowerPoint templates or complete presentations the next time you have to do a company presentation.

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Our development team shoots a corporate promotional video

Featured Interactive Design Articles
From Our Designers

  • Outdoor Business Photos: Success Is in the Timing

    Monday, January 16, 2012

    When a website represents your business online, you can’t really afford for it to have bad photos running around scaring away your customers. Hiring a professional photographer for your business images is the best solution, but it’s not always practical for everybody.
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  • 13 Reasons Not to Design By Committee

    Friday, January 13, 2012

    I hope you’re not superstitious, because if you are, you may not like this post. I’m not superstitious, although I am writing this blog post on the 13th of January – and it is a Friday.
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  • Getting Positive Reviews Online

    Monday, January 09, 2012

    Online review sites are becoming more and more vital to consumers as they research businesses and products online. Sites like Yelp and Google Local allow customers to post their reviews for others to read, making them a powerful influence in consumer buying decisions. According to the MIT Technology Review, for every one dollar U.S.
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