A customer leaves the web shop feeling frustrated, an assembly line unintentionally comes to a standstill. Both can be the result of poor UX design. So that it does not come to that, interactive systems need to be developed in such a way that users trust them. bbv expert Flavio Maspoli explains how this can be done.
Patrick Labud and Marco Ravicini have seen many IT trends come and go over the course of their careers. In this interview, the co-authors of bbv’s Technica Radar tell us, among other things, why they favour ethical software development over the metaverse, where energy could be saved and which IT topic should take centre stage in every company.
Which IT technologies and trends should Swiss SMEs focus on? And which tools should be investigated? bbv’s Technica Radar provides the answer. It visualises the trends for IT decision-makers and software developers specifically for Switzerland.
Furnishing the apartment with new furniture, personalising the car or tracking machines and production processes live: A wide variety of customer processes can be digitalised and thus simplified with augmented reality (AR), thus creating a better user experience for the end customer and greater efficiency for providers.
Low-code and no-code platforms allow even those not well versed in IT to develop productive business applications. Professional programmers should also make use of the relevant tools to complement rather than replace their work.
bbv Greece in Thessaloniki is moving to new offices. Not only will this move provide optimum working conditions in a modern environment, it will also mean that bbv is ideally positioned to attract new talent. Customers also stand to gain from the new premises.
The breathtaking mountain world of Pilatus is just a few clicks away: The new group reservation system of PILATUS-BAHNEN AG impresses with a clear user experience design and a future-oriented architecture.
From small Luzerne-based software house with three employees to internationally operating company: bbv’s timeline shows the eventful history over 25 years of Making Visions Work in short anecdotes.