As the content marketing manager for VIEO Design, Rachel Vaughn brought serious research chops and boatloads of personality to everything she wrote for VIEO and our clients. She recently relocated to Seattle on new adventures!
For VIEO Design, growth in the new year applies to much more than our collection of Jeff Goldblum fan art and lack of maturity, re: after-midnight shopping cart duels in the local Target parking lot. It also means that we’re swiftly running out of available novelty wigs at our office in Knoxville due to new hires.Read more >
For marketing strategies to be truly effective, customers need to be matched with the best methods for their businesses. When our team needed to expand (again) to accommodate growing demands, we had to find the right person to help bring awareness to our range of exciting services and forge strong client relationships. Lucky for us, Jordyn Rector came to VIEO Design as our new Business Development Representative.Read more >
Building eye-catching, seamlessly functional websites for our clients requires a fine balance of design, development, and – on occasion – graceful and elegant jazz hands. When we began looking for a junior front end developer to join our team at VIEO, we were happy to find Cody, whose skills allow him to bridge the space between UX/UI design and development. His jazz hands, incidentally, are impeccable.Read more >
The new year is a time for meeting new goals and with 2018 just underway, we’re determined to start it off right. To keep pace with our current project load and the influx of new and exciting projects we’ll be taking on, our award-winning team at VIEO Design needed to grow – again. After an exhaustive search and many awkward handshakes that went on for way too long (which is still a better alternative to five uninterrupted minutes of business-casual hair stroking) we welcome Lauren Nettles as our new Content Marketing Strategist.Read more >
2017 has been a breathtaking year for VIEO, with a wide scope of exciting new digital marketing and web design projects, long-awaited site releases, and insupportable fashion choices. And since we don’t have plans to ever stop pairing tuxedo jackets with cut-off sweatpants (you can pry them from our cold, dead hands), we thought it’d be prudent to focus efforts on further growth for our award-winning team.Read more >
In the endless, heaving, cacophonous desert rave of on-and-offline marketing, you’re going to find stuff you like and (more often) stuff you don’t. Not all ads are geared toward every buyer persona, so naturally, not all advertising is going to appeal to you. You may greet the majority of these marketing attempts with a variety of responses, ranging from annoyance to vague indifference.Read more >