Kiersten Traboulsi Web Design Project Manager

The Evolvinista

Kiersten will happily let you know she’s a proud Bobcat, having graduated from Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication with a degree in Interactive Multimedia.

With a background in website design, Kiersten brings her expertise to project management and website strategy at Evolve, working closely with our partners and all members of our team to make sure projects  run smoothly and launch on time and on budget.

In her spare time, Kiersten enjoys other creative outlets like reading, drawing and creating unique nail art. Otherwise, you’ll find her spending time with her husband or catching up on the latest episodes of her favorite shows.

“Working at Evolve gives me the benefits and room for growth of a large company, but the work hard, play hard mentality of a small company. For me, it’s the perfect combination.”

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Check out my blog posts below

The Surprisingly Strict Brand Guidelines of Social Media

I was recently asked to create some unique social icons for a client – rounded-corner buttons with a 3D look and subtle gradients. Knowing Twitter had updated its branding several times in the last year or so, I checked the website’s branding section to be sure I had the right logo. I quickly realized that …

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What is a Wireframe and Why is it Important?

Kiersten Bonifant, Web Designer at Evolve Creative Group, explains what a wire-frame is and why it’s important to make one before designing a website. She’ll review three main benefits of wire framing as well as some best practices to consider.

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How Not to Use QR Codes for Advertising

Current opinions of QR Codes tend to fall in one of three categories; “I love them!”, “I hate them!” or “What the #@&% is a QR Code?” Since that last group exists, and is larger than you may think, lets first get to the bottom of what a QR Code really is.

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Facebook Timeline for Fan Pages: The Good, The Bad And What it Means for You

If you’ve logged in to Facebook recently (and let’s be honest, we all have), then you may have noticed some of your favorite brands have gotten a bit of a makeover. Starting Feb. 29, Facebook unleashed the option to apply its timeline layout to company pages.

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Web Design for Older Users

With many of today’s top Web designers being young, creative minds eager to push the boundaries of design, it’s all too easy to overlook the user’s needs. This is especially easy to do with websites whose audience may include one of the largest generations in America – the Baby Boomers – responsible for well over half of all consumer purchases made in the U.S.

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