Join us on Tuesday, October 23rd, at Intuit to provide feedback to the Introspex App Insight Platform experience design
Introspex® is dedicated to assisting mobile software development teams accelerate their product cycles and improve usability by capturing and sharing extensive analytic data about their apps in near real-time. Their products emerged from the founders’ many years of experience in mobile development. Their first product, launched in 2012, is the Introspex App Insight Platform for iPhone and iPad development and QA teams. The future road-map includes products spanning the entire product life-cycle.
Founded in 2011, Introspex is a Delaware corporation headquartered in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California. For more about Introspex, see http://www.introspexapps.com.
The Introspex platform comprises an agent and associated portal. The agent is added to the developers’ apps via drag and drop, without any coding or other steps. It is (today) specific to iOS (iPhone/iPad, iPod). The app, with the embedded agent is distributed to additional developers, beta testers and QA team for testing. Data collected from each and every run, in near real time, is uploaded to a portal, secured to each development team. By viewing the portal, the development team can see the step-by-step execution of the app, including all gestures (taps, swipes, etc.), system events on the device, memory reports, network performance reports, console reports, wireless connectivity, et al. The developers and QA team have better communications and can track down problems, even subtle and intermittent problems.
The Introspex App Insight Platform is used by the entire spectrum of iOS developers. Everything from the indie shops, to enterprise customers. The audience is a tightly targeted, informed, technical audience.
Objectives for User Experience
Our analytics tell us that customers are not clicking through to the download (free or otherwise) as often as we would expect. We believe that we are not informing them well enough of the power of our offering, or losing them in navigation or vague instruction.