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Vas In Your Workflow

VAS is easy to use and plays nice in your existing creative process. Design as you always have, and decide what your visual priorities are. Upload your design and use VAS via web, mobile app or our Photoshop plugin, marking up your areas of interest. Use the results to confirm that you've achieved your visual goals, or to guide revisions.
VAS makes it easier to know when you're 'done', or when the work is ready to present to your client. Use VAS as many times as needed to analyze revisions and alternate layouts.
Join the many companies and individuals who are already benefiting from VAS in their creative workflow.

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VAS Step-by-Step

Design
Start with your normal design process. Decide on the visual goals for the piece.

Design

Upload to VAS
Use the marquis tool to mark up areas of interest, such as headlines, logos, etc.

Upload to VAS

Start VAS-ing
Look at VAS analysis. Decide if you're 'done' or if you haven't met the visual goals yet.

'Use VAS'

Revise if needed
Use VAS results to guide revisions. Use VAS again to analyze new layouts and ideas until you find your solution.

Revise if needed

Design Smarter

Designs only have a few seconds to get noticed in our visually cluttered world. How can you help your designs stand out, and get to your solutions quickly?

  • VAS saves you time with scientific analysis that helps you adjust your design
  • It's a powerful tool in your toolbox, along with your own creative judgement
  • It easily integrates with your own creative process
Design
Approvals

Streamline Approvals

Has your client ever wanted the logo bigger? Like, a lot bigger? And you just can't convince them that it will overpower the headline?

  • VAS gives you scientific backup for your recommended design
  • It gives you objective, quantifiable data to show that your solution makes sense
  • It helps eliminate unnecessary revision rounds and gets you to a solution faster

Gain Consensus

What are the visual priorities in your piece? Does everyone agree on them, including your team and the client? Which areas or objects do you want to be noticed first?

  • Using VAS helps you frame a project from the start with visual priorities in mind
  • VAS helps your team agree and come to a concensus quicker
  • It helps clients be more comfortable with your design recommendations
Gain Consensus

Companies using VAS in their workflow include:

Logos