Feed Your Business Workshop – St. Johnsbury, Vermont

A special thanks to all the fabulous businesses who attended the St. Johnsbury Feed Your Business Workshop. An overwhelming 100% would recommend it to another business and that means a lot to us! Let’s keep this excitement for small business marketing thriving. Stay tuned —there’s more to come! Feel free to leave comments below or on the Aquilino Marketing Arts Facebook page. Thanks!

Sugar on Top,
Maria Lara

Feed Your Business Branding Workshop

The Dagwood Brand Sandwich, by Moria Stephens for Aquilino Arts
Understanding what Branding is and how to put it to work for your small business is vital to success. Maria Lara Dailey will guide you through this workshop with humor and insight. You will leave feeling invigorated and inspired.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016
9:00 am – 12 noon

Northeastern Vermont Development Association
36 Eastern Avenue
St. Johnsbury, VT

3-hour workshop — only $49/person
first come first serve
space limited to 12 attendees

REGISTER ONLINE or call 802-728-9101

Sponsored by the Vermont Small Business Development Center
Co-Sponsored by Northeast Vermont Development Association

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Storyboarding Tool in the Works

Preliminary screenshot of storyboarding program, in development by Aquilino Arts We’re in the midst of a long-term video project, and after looking for the ideal tool for collaborative storyboarding, we decided to make our own! Our program allows scene-by-scene layout, collecting spoken and on-screen text, desired music, animation, and video effects, with a space to draw in for each scene. Collaborators can edit a shared storyboard, adding new scenes anywhere along it and rearranging or deleting existing scenes.

Rebecca’s neck-deep in code and Maria has been testing a simple starter (“alpha”) version with our client. We should enter a beta test phase within a few months. Meanwhile, you can click the image to expand it and get a glimpse of what the storyboarding program looks like now.

Interview with River Valley Chronicle

In response to our work with the 37th Annual Quechee Hot Air Balloon Craft & Music Festival, P.J. Skehan with the Hartford Area Chamber of Commerce invited us to interview with Elizabeth D’Orazio for the River Valley Chronicle. The interview was set at the brand new Maxfield Sports Complex right here in Hartford, Vermont. Maria enjoyed being able to talk about how our one-size-fits-one design philosophy enables our business stand out from competitors. To see this philosophy in practice, visit our website portfolio.