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?)
over 2 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?
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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