Apps are hard. Organizations want to use native apps to curate, manage, and strategically deploy training and informational materials to their teams. But building and maintaining apps is complicated, often requiring an IT team and budget.
Make apps easier. We created a process to rapidly launch cutom branded iOS and Android apps. Each app is connected to the web based CMS. This allows organizations to curate and distribute multimedia content to any subset of their organization in real time.
We used a deck of cards as a conceptual model
to structure content. Users can swipe between
cards or switch to a grid view to see
everything in the deck.
We consolidated the content management system to a single page.
From here, users can drag and drop to reorganize categories, decks,
and cards as it will appear on the app.
We built in flexibility for any brand. Theming variables
set in the CMS allow each organization to control the
look of their app.
The modular card builder allows for multimedia
content to be added and reordered with
a drag-and-drop interface.
Content set up in the CMS pairs one-to-one with the custom app.
Content can be built out as a draft and published when it’s ready
to be shared.
Quizzes are easy to build and assign to users. Feedback can be given
to quiz takers after each question to promote comprehension.
Administrators can see real-time quiz results broken down
by quiz, team, and user. Quizzes keep users engaged and give
administrators valuable insights on performance.
Users and content are grouped into teams. This permission structure gives admins
straightforward content control without a bloated configuration.
The sitemap demonstrates the structure of the app
and CMS as they work in tandem to deliver content to users.
As a salesperson I need to learn about a product line quickly, information must be available any time of day, usually while on-site with a customer.
Save time, easily reference product content, single up-to-date source for information.
My team struggles with creating accurate quotes which leads to inefficient follow up communication and lost productivity.
Alignment between team members, support for structured data, simple quote generation and review.
The hierarchy of our current content management system is too complex, it’s hard to navigate.
Easy navigation of content, preview of the end user’s experience, control user access to content.