Human Computer Interaction (HCI) began last century. Inventors at Xerox needed a name for the blinking dots on their screens. They settled on, “The User Illusion“.
Clicks are currency. The sequence counts the most.
Today, billions of humans interact with billions of computers using millions of applications. In the enterprise, the software user experience generally sucks.
Machine outputs of data continue to grow exponentially with little friction, but human inputs are still frequently bottlenecked, or worse, underutilized. What’s the problem? Where’s the friction?
Our mission is to make software fun and to make fun software.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) has the highest ROI potential ($5 for $1) of all enterprise software. But nearly half of CRM features are never used so your dollars can turn upside down rapidly.
We have relied on every version of Salesforce since the inaugural release way back in 2000. Try Storiphi today and tap into over two decades of USER allusions.