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InfoBurst UI, things you might not know

Welcome to the second InfoBurst Hangout!? I’m Chris, and?I’m one of the team members that?work on the user interface (UI) for InfoBurst. We’re having this hangout to not only tell you a few nuggets that you may have not known, but to also hear from you, our users. As you can imagine, it can be tricky to explain a workflow to a coworker.?Now, imagine trying to script out that same process by using only visual components and images to “direct” your coworker where to go to get a task done.?That’s the essence of the main challenge for any UI developer. We might not get that intuitive and easy to use workflow right the first, or even the third time.?And we all hope that third time’s?a charm.

So, we need to hear from you, our users. Back at the first InfoBurst User Conference in 2013 we had a user influence meeting.?There we discovered and got feedback on various ways to make the UI better. And many of those suggestions were at the heart of many improvements to the UI in the following years.? But why wait to have this type of feedback once a year? We want a more communication with the front line users of our product to happen more often.?And InfoBurst Hangouts is just the place to do it!

Now, how to join!? Simple. We are having a GotoMeeeting Webinar, so just click here to join, fill out the information, and we will see you Friday the 10th at 11:00 am MST.

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Chris Martin

Chris Martin

Chris Martin is a Senior Software Engineer for InfoSol. Chris initially joined InfoSol in a part-time network support role, while attending DeVry University. After obtaining a BS in Computer Information Systems, Chris aided in managing the challenging, complex network environment of InfoSol. Given his passion for software development, Chris joined the InfoSol development team. After developing for InfoSol for 8 years, he has now become a key player in development activities for InfoBurst Enterprise as well as various research and development projects with HTML5.

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