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At Evolving Media, we focus on client/team collaboration, offering a range of creative business services to enhance your marketing and communication needs.

Anchored in tradition, for more than 25 years Jeff Poissant, RGD, has provided photographic services for clients. The resulting images published in magazines, trade journals, newspapers, history Books, catalogues, brochures, flyers, and websites. Projects published domestically and abroad.

Jeff Poissant, RGD, is involved with you, at each stage of the production process, from brainstorming ideas, to creating dynamic concepts, to organizing and managing the project, to capturing the video. Post-production is where the magic all comes together! All the preplanning, production, and time have led to this moment where all the Video editing begins. At Evolving Media we’re a Final Cut Pro Studio, where colour correction, animation, and selected music combine to showcase your message or event. Your final video
published, for the desired medium.

Marketing, brochures, product fact sheets; what all of these items have in common is the written word. How you prepare text, determines the success of a campaign, how successful a product is, and how much profit you make. The written word is key.

Before you start your next project, let’s talk!

At Evolving Media, we have been developing user interfaces and company websites, since before the term “Internet” was coined— Managing both the front-end and the back-end of the service with our Hosting packages.

In the early days, a website was coded by hand, using complex programming and software to achieve the simplest of results. Today, we develop websites, using open source standards and updated frameworks. Your online presence will be accessible, regardless of the operating system, web browser or Smart device – yours or your clients. Imagine the freedom to manage your websites content yourself, or we can manage it for you.

Social media is a catch-all term for sites that may provide radically different social actions. For instance, Twitter is a social site designed to let people share short messages or “updates” with others, as you would when passing a colleague in a corridor.

Facebook, on the other hand, is a full-blown social networking site that allows you, to share updates, photos, join an event, and a variety of activities. Similar to chatting it up at the water cooler, a staff party, or a family affair.

These are only two examples of social media platforms.

Let’s talk!

Published in Evolving Media Chronicles.
Written by Jeff Poissant, RGD
Edited By Kevin Burns

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