No-code interactive content delivery is now available for the global market leader in digital signage media players
Intuiface is excited to announce the addition of BrightSign to its list of supported platforms. This integration enables users of the market’s most popular digital signage media player to easily transition from scheduled, playlist-based, non-interactive signage to personalized, immersive, customer- and data-driven content - that is, all the cool stuff you can build with Intuiface. BONUS: We're planning a BrightSign-hosted webinar to introduce you to their hardware. Stay tuned for the announcement....
Intuiface hosted its second annual User Conference in Amsterdam while, at the same time, participating in ISE 2020. Here are some parting thoughts.
What do the Novel Coronavirus and hurricane-like winds have in common? They both failed to stop our appearance at ISE 2020 or our hosting of Interactive 2020, the Intuiface User Conference. Not willing to brave nature? Here's what you missed....
Learn how to build a transactional Quick Service Restaurant kiosk, thanks to our Creative Expert, Lumenday
Lumenday, Intuiface Creative Expert and transactional kiosk specialist, has graciously posted an interactive ordering framework for Quick Service Restaurants, or QSRs, to the Intuiface Marketplace. In it, you'll find an innovative approach to listing food categories and category items, as well as item modifiers. It's all the complexity laid bare, fully customizable and extensible. For information about how to tie this and other kiosk experiences into POS and payment processing platforms, tell Lumenday that Intuiface sent you.
Come see how interactivity can enhance the in-branch experience
Banks are a notoriously old-fashioned business - but their customers aren't. We've updated Intuiville, our virtual Intuiface Usage Showroom, to show you how interactivity can modernize those stodgy environments, giving clients an incentive to choose engagement with bank branches and associates over visiting a website.
Relive the past by visiting your favorite blog articles from last year
It is said that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. We're turning this phrase on its head by honoring the past through repetition. What we mean is, we've grabbed the five most-read blog articles from 2019 and listed them for all of you who missed them the first time around. Dive on in! The water's nice...