Toolkit: Turn-key MVP Development
THIS IS MULTI-TOUCH
Today, enterprise software users want their workplace software to be as easy and natural to use as the applications and sites they use in their personal lives. Touch interactions on tablets and smartphones often make easy and natural use possible. Data-rich, complex domains just got touchy.
Gestures for Data
To fill gaps in data-rich, complex domains, Expero is delivering user experiences via large, high-resolution touch screens, where users navigate with one or two hands by applying multiple touch points simultaneously (gesture chords). Multi-touch interaction provides a more natural way for users to engage that is highly efficient and more intuitive than traditional input methods such as a mouse or keyboard. If a radiologist user wants to rotate a 3D MRI, they simply touch their fingers to the screen in a natural position and rotate. No need to figure out how to hold down a series of keyboard commands and scroll a mouse-wheel at the same time.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
Expero constructed a web interface with the same information density traders have come to rely on.
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