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Vector promotes Verve Sketch software
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Dec '11
Vector Vogue Limited announced the unveiling of their new web-site to promote the Verve Sketch software. The new web-site replaces the older Flash version of the site with a new HTML5 based platform to enable customers to see the full suite of features available in the software.

“We use the Adobe suite heavily both in development of Verve Sketch and in its interface. Unfortunately we can't ignore some of the issues that currently exist with diversity in software platforms and web-enabled devices across the industry. We want to ensure that all our clients and consumers can get full access to our product information through any device at any time. "

For this reason we have decided to move our web presence to HTML5 as it provides our users the richest browsing experience possible!” said Rob Smith, COO (Chief Operating Officer) at Vector Vogue.

The new web-site also lays the foundation for realising some of the new exciting features that Vector Vogue has on its roadmap for the product. The most notable being the new 'design community' allowing apparel creative designers and garment technicians the ability to provide direct input into the future development of Verve Sketch's technical sketches and more generally the development of the product itself.

“We aren't in the business of designing trend, but we are in the business of empowering product developers with the software and applications to be able to easily build trend quickly and efficiently. This comes from a team experience of over 37 years in the apparel and fashion industry. “

We know there are talented people out there who aren't yet associated with a fashion house and we want to ensure that our clients equally are able to leverage their value without any IP and HR issues.

Why try to force trend to designers and garment technicians, when they can have a growing, comprehensive product library full of all possible styles and components that is growing daily by a community of different developers both internal and external.“

Vector Vogue Limited

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