Feature Onboarding

Jan 19

iPad, Tablets coming or going in workplace Apps?

iPad and Tablet apps are going strong in Retail POS, Retail Shop Assistants, Field Service Applications, Healthcare and design niches. There are many great examples doing well, just to name a few: Retail https://tulip.com/https://myagi.com/ Field/Workforce https://happy.co/ (Inspections)https://www.handshake.com/ (Sales Orders)https://safetyculture.com/ (Safety/Quality Audits)https://www.deputy.com/ (Rostering and Tasks) Health http://vitalpac.com/ (Clinical Patient Care) POS many, many includinghttp://kounta.com/http://vend.com/   One compelling reason


Jan 4

Open Source Onboarding Carousel

Using Open Source components is a great way to get beautiful code elements into your App. We extended the Pointzi platform to allow the popular “Paper Onboarding” carousel – it’s attractive and had a decent amount of flexibility. The cool thing about Paper Onboarding is that it’s material design slider. Here is how Ramotion (its authors)


Dec 4

How a huge email app uses Coachmarks, Tips & Cards

Inbox is slowly replacing Gmail and it takes a little getting used to because it introduces a few new concepts that are powerful but not familiar. This is a classic case of being able to guide people to understand a concept and deepen their engagement. If they can understand a feature, they will get more


Sep 8

The Design of Everyday Onboarding

I never know where to post these days and FOMO tells me I should be doing more on Medium, so over there is a post called The Design of Everyday Onboarding In the post I discuss a “down the rabbit hole” experience from this morning where I had nested tips from LinkedIn and Google within


Sep 6

Product Managers beware App Feature Complexity

When it comes to adding features to your App, Mobile App Product Managers would be millionaires if they got paid each time as opinionated colleague or even the developers said: “how hard would it be…” and “can’t you just…” I was reading a post from Kris Gale, VP Engineering at Yammer, on the First Round Capital blog