As the leader of our design team, VIEO Design principal and founder Paul Gibson oversees our designers and developers as they create marketing-optimized websites, digital graphics, and print materials. Paul also oversees VIEO's 3D printing division. To date, his most impressive project has been a replacement head for an old My Little Pony. He went with Yoda.
Having trouble sizing images in your responsive WordPress website?
Prior to WordPress 4.4 responsive images could be a bit hit or miss depending on your theme. Sometimes your images might spill out of your content area or be squished vertically on mobile devices. If that sounds like what you’re struggling with, read on!Read more >
I'm going to go out on a limb and assume this blog post isn't the first website you've ever laid eyes on. If so, allow me to formally introduce you to the internet - you have a lot to catch up on, and honestly, this post is probably not going to be the best start for you.Read more >
Your website needs to be attractive; there's no doubt about that. But even the prettiest website can't hold visitors' attention if they can't find what they're looking for. Make your web design more than beautiful—make it effective by focusing on website ROI.Read more >
Podcasts have become an important source of news and entertainment for a huge number of internet users. The topics range from home brewing to theology and everything in between. Many businesses have begun producing audio podcasts as a way to reach out to their potential customers and clients – some with great success.Read more >
In the first and second posts in this series, I talked about how both theme parks and websites need to appeal to multiple types of visitors and guide them to the desired content (or destination). The final step in the process takes place when they reach the main attraction—it's time for the “conversion”!Read more >
In the first post in this series, I talked about how great web design and theme parks both need to appeal to multiple types of visitors at the same time. Once you make your visitors comfortable, the next step is guiding them to where you need them to go.Read more >