Design & Development
Colleen CarowDirector of External Relations / Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ College of Engineering and Technology
Electronic Vision was a key part of the team that created our new website. They were a great partner, working with our creative agency and our university’s information technology team. Comparing a three-month time period with the old site, page views for our new home page jumped more than 270 percent, and visits to our news center — the first of its kind for an academic unit at the university — increased by 200 percent over our old news landing page. Since then, we’ve gone on to work on other projects with EV including a fully mobile, online component to our undergraduate recruitment viewbook.
eLearning & Course Development
Mary Anne Rizzolo, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF/ Consultant, Professional Development
I have worked with Electronic Vision and Fitne on a variety of projects since the early 90s. During that time, I worked for 3 different employers, both for profit and not-for-profit. In every instance, the staff and colleagues involved were more than pleased with the process of working with EV/Fitne staff and the finished product. EV/Fitne continues to be my “go to” place whenever I need a creative multimedia product, delivered on time, with a fair price tag.
Geoff DabelkoProfessor and Director of Environmental Studies / Ohio University, Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
It is hard to convey a complex message clearly and attractively in a one minute video. But our dialogue with Electronic Vision enabled us to develop a script that brought across the dynamism and action-oriented educational experience of the Environmental Studies Masters degree through a student-driven video. Working with professional writers and videographers made our shared vision a reality.
WHY A RESPONSIVE WEBSITE?
Your website on mobile devices matters.
21% of all phone users use their smartphone as their primary means of accessing the internet.
There were 97 unique screen device resolutions in 2010. In 2013, that number rose to 232.
67% of online shoppers say they are more likely to make purchases on a mobile friendly site.
Mobile web sales are expected to triple between now and 2017.