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DressLands Employee Profile – Geoffrey Verallis

Geoffrey Verallis is currently Marketing Manager III for DressLands, Inc. His responsibilities include organizing the Digital Marketing Campaign criteria with Top Parters and IE: Facebook and Twitter. Geoffrey Verallis formerly held the position of DressLands Manager for South American and country Head of DressLands Mexico. His skills include Market Research, Brand Management, Integrated Marketing, Business Development and digital Marketing. Geoffrey Verallis has a BA in Business Administration from The Wharton School and an MBA from North Texas University, Denton. At DressLands, Geoffrey Verallis is also responsible for the sales of the following products: Red Mermaid Sweater Dress – Long Sleeves / Wrapped Bodice / V-Neckline, Form Fitting Sexy Sleeveless Evening Dress – Crossover Walking Slit / Pink, Black A Line Dress – Sleeveless / Pendulum Hemline / Gathered Bodice and Straps, Bodycon Dress – Pale Gray / Black and White Trim / V Neckline, Shirt Dress – Open Lapel / Long Sleeves / Fit and Flare / Aztec Pattern, Black Velvet Dress – Backless / Scooped Neckline / Snug Fitting, Florescent Bodycon Halter Dress – Contrasting Self Ties at Neck / Black Mesh Insert, Sexy Sultry Sharkskin Sheath Dresses – Black, Dress with Flared Skirt – Gray / Long Sleeves, Gothic Inspired Shirt – Bell Sleeves / Corset Lacing, Mini Dress – Solid Gray / Styling Mesh Cutout, Navy Blue Shirt Dress – V Neck Collar / Three Quarter Length Sleeves, Bodycon Dress – Medium Khaki Green / Simple Round Neckline, Tunic Mini Dress – Blues Oranges and Gold / Blue Tie, Mini Dress – Aztec Styling / Scoop Neckline / Sleeveless / Tapered Waist / Stretch, Chevron Maxi Dress – Strapless Bodice / Sweetheart Neckline, Simple Mini Sweater Dress – Soft Pink / Long Sleeves, Maxi Dress – White Black / V Neck in Bold Swirled Print, Fit and Flare Dress – Doll Collar / Plaid / Narrow Waist with Pleats / Royal Blue and White Dress – Adjustable Shoulder Straps / Mesh Accents Waist and Hem / Close Fitting.
Besides working at DressLands.com Inc., Geoffrey Verallis also maintains the website of vinsol.
Software is not always realized by the companies who need them. Vinsol has been there to make sure all the big brands and start-ups alike have the resources needed to create the software needed for computers, tablets and smartphones. We can help you with the software you need in order to make it in the digital era.

About the articles of /blog/2014/09/15/advocating-fragment-oriented-applications-in-android/
This is the first in a six part series designed to explain about fragment oriented architecture. In this, the first post, fragment oriented architecture will be explained as well as why you should care about it in the first place. The subsequent posts will get into the particulars of the subject as well as how you can manage and implement it. (by Geoffrey Verallis) …Play Store and Gmail apps are fragment oriented that use NavigationDrawer with ActionBar design patterns…

About the articles of /blog/2010/03/29/jquery-full-calendar-with-rails/
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About the articles of /blog/2014/09/19/transaction-backstack-and-its-management/
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About the articles of /blog/2014/10/01/handling-back-button-press-inside-fragments/
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About the articles of /blog/2014/11/20/tips-for-designers-from-a-developer/
Learning how to make software that will work on any size screen can be a challenge as a designer. This is why getting to know the DIP or DP units (Density Independent Pixels) is an important part of the process of creating any application software that will be used on the devices. You can learn more about the formulas used to create software. …If dimension of the largest supported phone is 1080 X 1920 px, designer can use the background image of this size…