Ten years as an interactivity expert has prepared us for this unfortunate moment. Here is what we've done and had to say in response.
Today's physical spaces - stores, museums, workplaces, and more - are heavily populated with digital content intended to entice, educate, and empower the public. This same public now shares a traumatic experience thanks to the Coronavirus, leaving them with great concern about health and cleanliness outside the home. What are the right approaches companies and their vendors should adopt for digital interactivity? What are the lessons to be learned and the steps to be taken? We've captured all of our thoughts about interactivity and the pandemic and put them in one place. Click below to check them out.
We're splitting our annual conference into separate virtual and in-person events
As with most companies, the pandemic has forced Intuiface to lean heavily on online communication over the past few months. To our pleasant surprise, the technology has exceeded our expectations. So much so that we've decided to move a part of our user conference online. What you've come to know as the Intuiface User Conference, run annually in parallel with the ISE A/V conference, will now be split in two. We'll host a virtual user conference online in October and we'll run an in-person business-oriented Leadership Summit in Barcelona alongside ISE in February. We've posted early detail about October's virtual conference on our website; click below to read more about it. Stay tuned for information about the Leadership Summit.
Here we detail how to create a filterable catalog with detail views and a shopping cart using Intuiface.
With our third reference design, Browse and Select, we are showcasing how Intuiface can be used in any scenario involving catalog browsing, item selection, and checkout. To illustrate this principle we've produced two fully functional experiences - one for retail, another for food ordering. These experiences are complemented with heavy documentation, workflow diagrams, and a detailed how-to video. There is no reason you couldn't create your own Browse and Select scenario using Intuiface.
We thought we'd whet your appetite with a look at what's coming
The Development Team has been busy, putting in the hours from both their homes and the office. We've ended up with quite a list of enhancements that could bring a little light to a summer clouded with the haze of recovery. Of particular note is a set of new Player licensing options that will greatly simplify its deployment. This is the kind of feature that'll make you wonder how you ever lived without it. Click the button below for your preview.