We'd like to introduce you to DigitalXBridge (DXB) - a digital agency that creates custom web and mobile solutions for its growing client base.
Based in the Metro NY area, DXB works hard to help their clients take their "back of the napkin" ideas and turn them into real, valuable assets for their business. The DXB team provides a wide range of services; including the design and development of website and mobile applications. You can see some of the work they've done here.
In this Customer Spotlight, we'd like to introduce you to Bellezo, an e-commerce hair and beauty company. Based in the UK, Bellezo has attracted a loyal and growing customer base from all around the world.
At ConceptShare, our customers are so awesome that we decided we should stop talking about us and tell you a little about them. To do this, we're starting a new feature on our blog called Customer Spotlights where we'll share some insights into their businesses and how they use ConceptShare to improve their creative workflow.
The Fonz was always quick to give the thumbs up - maybe too quick? At ConceptShare, we have built a tool that gives our customers the ability to quickly, and easily communicate, and capture clear and actionable feedback on digital assets. Our customers’ needs are pretty simple: make it easy to review creative work so that they can give or get the thumbs up (approval!) as soon as possible.
As part of this month’s continuing focus on how ConceptShare is being used in the modern classroom we conducted an interview with cgCoach. They are a coaching/mentoring service that is working with some of the top schools in the UK; focusing on working with students in animation, VFX and related streams of study.
Check out the video and learn how cgCoach is using ConceptShare for:
We recently had the opportunity to conduct a one-on-one interview with Sofronis Efstathiou from Bournemouth University. Sofronis is the Joint Associate Dean of their Computer Animation Academic Group; which is part of the National Centre for Computer Animation. During the interview Sofronis shares how they have incorporated ConceptShare into their classroom.
Full Sail University, one of the top design and media schools in the United States, set out looking for a collaboration tool for instructors to easily view and provide feedback on students’ works. Full Sail University chose ConceptShare because it allowed students the ability to not only see instructor feedback on their artwork, but also to see what their fellow students were creating and how that artwork was received by instructors.
Once Full Sail deployed ConceptShare, instructors saw an immediate benefit – they now had one central location to see all student files. In addition, instructors could quickly see where some students might need redirection on a particular assignment based on the work they were developing, giving the instructors an opportunity to provide specific, clear feedback on work submitted.