What is Robotic Process Automation?

One of the clients that I’m working with has exposed me to a fascinating industry that many marketers may not even be aware exists. In their Workplace Transformation Study commissioned by DXC.technology, Futurum states: RPA (robotic process automation) may not be at the forefront of media hype as it once was but this technology has been quietly and efficiently working its way into technology and the IT department as business units look to automate repetitive

Adobe XD: Design, Prototype, and Share with Adobe’s UX/UI Solution

Today, I installed Adobe XD, Adobe’s UX/UI solution for prototyping websites, web applications, and mobile applications. Adobe XD enables users to switch from static wireframes to interactive prototypes in a single click. You can make changes to your design and see your prototype update automatically — no syncing required. And you can preview your prototypes, complete with transitions on iOS and Android devices, then share them with your team for fast feedback. Features of Adobe

2017 Web Design and User Experience Trends

We really did enjoy our previous layout on Martech but knew that it appeared a bit aged. While it was functional, it just didn’t acquire new visitors as it once did. I believe people arrived at the site, thought it was a bit behind on its design – and they made the assumption that the content might be as well. Simply put, we had an ugly baby. We loved that baby, we worked hard on

POP: Your Mobile App for Prototyping on Paper

I’ve tested a ton of different prototyping tools to create wireframes and layout user interface elements… but I always gravitated back to paper. Perhaps if I purchased a sketch pad, I could have some luck… I’m just not a mouse guy when it comes to drawing (yet). Enter POP, a mobile or tablet application that allows the user to combine photos of your paper prototypes with hotspots for interactivity. It’s pretty ingenious! Start by drawing

The Power of Data Mining and Decision Support Systems

This infographic from the New Jersey Institute of Technology illustrates the Data Mining and Decision Support Systems, defining the four different processes within the overall system. Data Management – collects the information that a company has available from their sales, records, and customer reports. Model Management – attempts to create conclusions from existing business strategies to see whether or not they are successful. Knowledge Engine – looks to create new paradigms to interact with trends.

Interactive Computing, like Minority Report

Boy is technology evolving quickly! I’m not sure how many of you remember Tom Cruise in Minority Report, where he’s flipping through information via a virtual display. Here’s the preview showing the special effect: A couple years ago, it was simply a special effect. Here is a video of the new reality of the technology with an explanation of how it works: You can find some more great examples at Eon Reality’s website.