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Posts Tagged ‘User Interface Development’
From February 2nd to 5th 2011 the sixth Servoy World international conference will take place in Amsterdam, informing about latest topics in user interface oriented rapid application development. Centigrade will participate as an exhibitor and the company’s CEO Thomas Immich will give a conference session on building sexy user interfaces. The session is scheduled for February 4th.
Desktop- and web-applications that are based on Java Swing can significantly benefit from a tailor-made look and feel. The look and feel can, e.g., support the grouping of individual applications into a product family comparable to the common look and feel of the individual applications from the Microsoft Office Suite. In addition, a recognizable and individual look and feel can act as business differentiator.
The sweeping success of Apple’s iPhone is proof that solutions featuring a well thought out and aesthetical user interface can face up to competition in a hard-fought market – even more: they can give new impetus to a seemingly saturated market.
But not only lifestyle devices such as mobile phones benefit from professional conception and design of their user interface. For business software, too, the user interface has become a competitive differentiator: since users take the availability of required functionality as granted, usability of systems becomes the distinguishing feature.
Centigrade celebrates its third anniversary. Since being founded by Thomas Immich and Simon Albers in the year of the first World Usability Day the company stands for the creation of user interfaces that combine usability, aesthetics and technical elegance, constantly inspiring their target audience.