Montreal, QC – Mediaclip™, the premier developer of product personalization software, is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of the upcoming Visual 1st Conference. Visual 1st, formerly known as Mobile Photo Connect, will be held at the Golden Gate Club in San Francisco from October 22 - 23, 2018.
This marks the sixth year of the annual conference with the mission of regrouping industry pioneers, newcomers, and main tenors of the imaging and video industry. For two exciting days, Visual 1st attendees will take part in educational sessions and panels. Additionally, attendees have the exclusive opportunity to listen and engage with show-and-tell sessions of new, innovative apps.
“We are proud to be a Silver Sponsor at this event because we believe that sharing knowledge and innovative ideas amongst industry leaders is the best way to grow the imaging market as a whole,” said Marion Duchesne, CEO, and founder of Mediaclip.
This year, Mediaclip is sponsoring their partner, Mimeo Photos, during the show-and-tell sessions. Sean Doherty, General Manager of Mimeo Photos, and Jim Simpson, Director of Information Architecture, will be presenting the Mimeo Photos application. Mimeo Photos is tightly integrated into Photos for macOS and was amongst the first extensions to launch.
“Working on a project of this scope in the limited time we had to do so was quite a challenge,” added Sean Doherty. “Fortunately, Mediaclip and Mimeo were able to combine their expertise to deliver Mimeo Photos – a global app that provides a delightful and seamless user experience within Photos for macOS.”
The Mediaclip and Mimeo Photos teams will be available during Visual 1st to answer attendee questions and discuss their vision of the product personalization market. Mediaclip team members will be providing a hands-on demonstration of the Mediaclip Designer.
“Building connections, providing education, and exchanging our respective market vision allow us to take advantage of the multiplicity of expertise and new technologies that are reshaping the way people perceive and interact with photo and video in their daily live,” added Duchesne. “Mobile Connect, now called Visual 1st, is a great accelerator of that knowledge sharing.”