I've really enjoyed learning to design campaigns and promotions using Wildfire. They make it really flexible to create non-boring shit that lives within Facebook. It's a front-end web developer/designer's dream if you're into that social-this-that-and-the-other kind of thing.
(The marching ants move. Animated GIF-ing, y'know?)
about 3 years ago
once again, brilliant lines.
Jeremiah, they took forever and a day to draw. With a pencil.
Hey Mig, I've used Wildfire for WMC, but I'm not sure I'm getting the most out of it. What have you done to make it cool?
almost 3 years ago
Jeff, you can really customize the look and feel of your campaigns if you've got a bit of CSS prowess. Like,
• Hide things on some pages, show things on others
• Finesse the details, including spacing and type
• Work with my own images (on my server) to make less "Here's a quick promo that was dumped onto Facebook" and more "Here's something we worked on that has it's own look and feel, and happens to play nicely within Facebook"
Give it a shot under the "Custom Designs" tab.
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