Creating Better User Experiences for Your Mobile App

June 3, 2020 Aaron Wolin

When you hear the words user experience (UX), what comes to mind?    The look and feel?    Navigation and user flows?    Branding, icons, and other graphics?  Animations and transitions?  Each of these components are needed to craft the best UX for better and therefore memorable and meaningful interactions. Let’s take a closer look at what technology, design, and analytical considerations are important for creating an engaging experience.  Make User Interactions Meaningful […]

Restaurants in the Age of COVID-19: How to Accelerate Curbside & Delivery

April 9, 2020 Justin Wilson

COVID-19 has changed how Americans are shopping and dining. As of April 2020, half of the U.S. population has been asked to self-quarantine to combat the spread of COVID-19. This social distancing has produced a new surge in curbside and delivery services with pressure on grocers, big box, and online retail to comply with municipal […]

Lessons Learned From Prototyping With Augmented Reality and Machine Learning

June 20, 2019 Sam Wilson

A few months ago, we had a meeting with the AR/VR Special Interest Group at Credera to discuss potential projects that could be relevant for our clients. While we recognized that a typical enterprise use case for augmented reality (AR) is displaying a virtual catalog in the user’s space, we wanted to do something different. […]

Building a Strategy for Chatbots and Conversational User Interfaces

November 3, 2016 Jonathan Williamson

It has long been the dream of science fiction fans everywhere to shout commands into the air and have an intelligent virtual assistant do their bidding. The likes of Tony Stark’s J.A.R.V.I.S. in Iron Man and the omnipresent HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey have prepared us for a future where people speak effortlessly with […]

Microsoft’s Newest Additions to Mobility and Security

August 30, 2016 JW Walton

Microsoft recently made an announcement about several name changes and additions around their mobility platform. The high-level change is that the bundle of tools that was called Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) is now Enterprise Mobility + Security (also EMS). If you’re already familiar with the old suite of tools—Intune, Azure AD Premium, Azure Rights Management, […]

Cool Features of Windows Azure Mobile Services

May 15, 2013 Andrew Allen

So, what’s the buzz around Windows Azure Mobile Services? Many of you may already be using several of Windows Azure’s capabilities; however, Microsoft recently released Windows Azure Mobile Services specifically designed to help users create mobile applications (apps). The purpose of this blog post is to dive into the awesome features of Windows Azure Mobile […]

Windows Phone 8 – Three Reasons I Switched

March 4, 2013 Kevin King

Windows Phone 8 was officially released in the U.S. on October 29, 2012. Windows Phone 8 marks the first mobile device operating system that uses the Windows NT kernel, which is also used by Windows 8 on tablets and PCs. This is a huge advancement in forward thinking, alluding to the eventual symbiotic relationship that […]

Leveraging Office 365 to Support Consumerization of IT

January 21, 2013 Gabe Salazar

The Microsoft Office product family includes a vast array of applications, solutions, and services. From stand-alone desktop software to the suite of software-as-a-service available through Office 365 and Office Web Apps, Microsoft Office enables and promotes productivity and collaboration. As Office has grown and matured, today’s corporate world has also seen a growing trend toward […]

National Geographic Gains a Mobile-Optimized Store, Improved Customer Experience, and Increased Online Sales

January 13, 2013 Jennifer Spaulding

The Opportunity National Geographic Society (NGS) is a well-known, non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. with multiple properties including: television, magazine, travel, photography, and an online store, just to name a few.  The National Geographic Store sells thousands of items such as books, DVDs, clothing, home products, maps, travel gear, photography, children gifts, etc.  NGS […]

No. 1 Ranking in Wireless Industry

December 4, 2012 Jennifer Spaulding

C Spire Wireless and Credera Join Forces and Unleash an Innovative Customer Solution DALLAS, TX (12/4/2012)— Credera, a full-service management and technology consulting firm, led a strategic CRM initiative for C Spire Wireless that continues to provide huge efficiency gains, faster customer service, and increased customer satisfaction. InformationWeek 500 recognized the ground-breaking initiative and ranked […]