It's great to feel a sense of momentum when you’re building a business. That momentum comes from successfully hitting milestones and reaching stretch goals. It fuels itself through providing confidence to the team, building innovative new technology, and growing strong relationships with customers and partners. As we approach the end of the year, it’s great to feel the wind in our sails. I’d like to share how our momentum has picked up over the past several months and why we’re excited for the new year ahead.Read More
It’s November, which means for retail, the countdown to the holidays is now in full swing. Soon enough, we can expect to see red and green decorations down every aisle of the stores we frequent, Christmas carols playing in the background, and an influx of holiday promotions nudged, often shoved, our way.Read More
Remember when Internet advertising consisted of pop-ups and banner ads promising prizes to the 1,000,000th visitor? Or guaranteeing that if you managed to smash the fly, you would receive a free iPod? I think we can all agree it’s a good thing those days are over.
Today, Internet advertising takes many forms, but chief among them is collection of ads associated with a remarkable little thing called a “remarketing pixel.” By embedding the remarketing pixel—a creative little piece of code that acts as an advertising multi-tool—into their website, webmasters can gain access to an array of new tricks.Read More
It’s Week 3 in our showcase of Flite’s take on native, which means it’s time to reveal our final feature in this series (yes, we know you’re excited). During Week 1 we talked about our newly responsive functionality, and last week we discussed Style Inheritance. This week we’re pleased to present Datastream.Read More
A couple weeks ago, we published The Five W’s of Responsive Web Design—a crash course on what you need to know about this key trend—and also promised an update on what Flite is doing in this space.
Well, I’m pleased to inform you that the day has come. We’ve focused a lot of time and energy into building responsive functionality for the Flite Design Studio, as part of our larger native advertising strategy—and now we’re excited to reveal what we’ve put together.Read More
When we began building Flite Design Studio, our goal was to make it a perfect extension point for designers who live in creative tools, such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. One of the key features of Design Studio is that it’s web-based, but we’ve always felt it important to make it feel familiar as installed desktop software. And thinking of creative ways to help designers transition from their static Photoshop comps to layered, interactive Flite ads that made use of our live components has been something we’ve been keen on from the beginning. So we asked ourselves how we could best integrate our designers’ creative work and workflows in Adobe Photoshop and translate them over to Flite Design Studio.Read More
I’ve recently written a number of posts on mobile’s increasingly significant role in the way the world operates—in commerce, advertising, and the list goes on. And with the advent of mobile has come an ushering in of new behaviors and trends. One such trend is a movement in web design, which is now focused on becoming “responsive.”Read More