Creating Outstanding Product Experiences with Variscite and Crank
FEBRUARY 21st - 11AM EST
In the rapidly evolving landscape of technology, user expectations soar higher than ever.
The key questions that echo through development corridors are these: Is your system primed to adapt to the relentless pace of technological evolution? And are you equipped to refine the user interface without undergoing a cumbersome overhaul of your application code?
Today's embedded devices boast vibrant touchscreens and the ability to seamlessly integrate with other systems and services. In this era of abundant choices, sometimes it comes down to the experience that your product offers that makes it stand apart from other products in the market. Therefore, the era of treating the device's embedded GUI as an afterthought is long gone.
Join Variscite and Crank, as we discuss the transformative power of Variscite's industry-proven SOM boards for crafting smart and connected embedded devices and how Crank makes it easier to develop intuitive UI designs that help elevate embedded user experiences.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- Introduction to System on Modules
- What makes Storyboard different from other UI development tools
- How Storyboard’s Rapid Design and Iteration technology can help you get to market quicker
- Key integrated capabilities that help maximize the resources used within your embedded application and help leverage the hardware’s full potential
WHEN: February 21st, 2024 at 11 am EST
- Scott Snider, Marketing and Partner Engagements, Crank
- Sarah Collie, Field Application Engineer, Crank
- Pierluigi Passaro, R&D SW Expert, Variscite
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