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How Enterprise Mobility Management Can Improve Patient Care

Healthcare is an ever-changing industry, and healthcare organizations continue to face the challenge of improving the quality of care while remaining compliant with industry standards. Depending on the diagnosis, the patient journey can include transfers between acute, post-acute, ambulatory care and home-health care organizations. As a result of these often-frequent transitions in care settings, the […]

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Salesforce1-#MobileApps: Life Without Them?

“Going mobile,” “working in the cloud,” “being virtual,” are all phrases that are beginning to sound passé. Today, most of us would agree that being able to work and live without walls and wires is a given, pretty much mandatory. While the personal benefits of mobile apps are easy to relate to, the business benefits […]

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App Annie Ranks #mHealth

From the fun-loving portal chap that brought us Find a Provider tools that don’t make babies cry (read: Mark Polly), I bring to you a ranking of Mobile Health apps by App Annie. App Annie a ranking app that uses app store analytics and market intelligence to rank and visualize an app’s download, revenue, ranking, […]

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Perficient’s Top 5 Healthcare IT Blog Posts of 2013

It’s been an amazing year of breakthroughs and challenges in the Healthcare IT space. Let’s take a look back at our 5 most popular blog posts of 2013: 7 Healthcare Ideas for Google Glass – Martin Sizemore There was a lot of buzz around Google Glass this year, but in this post Martin Sizemore moves […]

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Credit Cards: Recent Trends Show Demand for Value-add

It is mid-November and the holiday season is almost upon us. With the Thanksgiving holiday only a week away, my mailbox is already starting to fill up with store catalogs, coupons, and flyers for Black Friday shopping deals. There is also one other thing I am increasingly seeing in my mailbox of late – credit […]

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Connecting the Dots with Payments and Patient Data

I know that this isn’t a healthcare blog, but I think it’s important to provide some context on the healthcare industry in order to make connections between it and financial institutions.  Last week I started the discussion around health reform and I’d encourage you to revisit my previous blog post.  Healthcare reform is really health […]

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Ten Mobile Apps that are Changing the World

The Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit 2013 had a great session delivered by Ian Finely called “Ten Mobile Apps that are Changing the World.”  The session delibertly skips the common known apps such as Facebook and Twitter.  Here is the list – only 9 apps were presented but some were categories of apps: The […]

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Mobile Apps: Break it Down!

I’m usually a more is more guy, but I have to concede when it comes to building mobile apps. As the world moves towards mobile computing, at Perficient XD we get a lot of clients that want to jump into mobile for the first time. They have great ideas for all the things they want […]

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What Tablet Growth Means for Your 2013 Banking Services Strategy

Believe it or not, an astounding 19 percent of Americans over the age of 18 now own a tablet of some sort. This is double the number Forrester noted in 2011. It’s true that tech penetration is lower among adults over 47, but not by much. This demographic is now at 14 percent ownership, which is […]

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Six Quick Tips to Improve the User Experience for Mobile Banking

My name is Abbey Smalley, and I’m a Lead User Experience and Visual Designer for Perficient’s XD team. I have had the opportunity to work with financial institutions on various projects. In my work, I find similar user experience needs often rise to the top. Whether you’ve decided it’s time to create a mobile experience […]

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Six ways to make enterprise mobile apps more engaging

It is no secret that the current mobile revolution is primarily consumer driven. iOS and Android devices made inroads in the consumer market first and consequently enterprises felt the push from their employees. However, the enterprise mobile apps present a huge opportunity to learn from the consumer app experience by focusing on making employees more […]

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Test Your iOS Apps in the Browser

Let’s face it – getting an Ad-Hoc build to a client of their super-cool-new-app-in-progress can often be time intensive and cumbersome. While the advent of wireless distribution certainly was a huge improvement over having your client download the .ipa file, import it into iTunes, and physically sync their device via USB to get the application […]

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When Amazing Design is Not Enough

This article is being shared and re-posted a lot today across a variety of social networks. TechCrunch published an article titled “User Experience and the Poison on the Tip of the Arrow“. In the post, Uzi Schmilovici argues that “amazing design is not enough.” “Real design is about solving problems,” he says, and ultimately a […]

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Find your Lost Droid or Compromise Privacy

I recently came across an article from a local newspaper where a man had lost his iPhone and Blackberry. Using a couple of applications, he was able to track his phones to the next block neighbour. Involving the local police, the man went to the neighbor’s house and asked for the phones to be returned […]

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Integrating the real world with mobile: Yelp art

The explosion of smartphone ownership over the past few years has brought with it all manner of software designed to tie mobile devices with a person’s experiences in the real world. I’ve got friends developing some pretty exciting location-based game apps and I’m sure these will get richer and more immersive as more people move […]

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iPhone Built-In Application Design Issues

As a regular iPhone user, I do certain things over and over again. Mostly, Apple gets the design of their common applications pretty spot-on, but a couple of issues trip me up regularly that could be easily addressed with small interface design changes. Placement of the Send button in Messages   I have a couple […]

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Shopping at IKEA: Behavioral Design

I live in the Denver area, where most of us in a 100-mile radius have seen the towering IKEA sign over construction indicating the imminent arrival of a new place for us to experience discount shopping nirvana. I, however, have always hated shopping there because of the store layout, which I knew was purposefully designed […]

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Posture for Mobile Applications

Perficient has recently launched a new blog called “Spark”, dedicated to discussing innovations in technology. On that blog, I discussed the use of a sovereign posture for mobile applications in today’s post and when it might be a good strategy. The explosion of mobile has led to many more variations on context of use than […]

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Posture for Mobile Applications

When talking about mobile applications, the concept of the software’s posture doesn’t come up often. Posture is essentially the program’s behavioral stance, or the way it presents itself to the user. Alan Cooper, in About Face 3.0, explains that desktop and Web applications can fit into four posture categories: sovereign, transient, daemonic, and auxiliary. You’ll […]

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