With iVolve Mechatronic Engineer, Callum Coe. It is well accepted that usability and learnability are an important aspect of any piece of technology. If a piece of software is difficult to operate, users will abandon the product, making the thousands of hours spent on prototyping, programming and debugging worthless. Users approach software with the expectation
With iVolve Sales Manager, Jon Breeden iVolve Sales Manager, Jon Breeden, recently attended the annual Diggers & Dealers Mining forum, held in Kalgoorie, WA – the unofficial gold mining capital of Australia. This leading annual conference combined presentations by listed mining and exploration companies with a display area housing exhibitors from the sector. The delegation was made up of mining and
iVolve mechatronic engineer, Callum Coe, recently attended the UX Australia Conference in Sydney – the premier user experience design conference in Australia and one of the biggest UX events in the world. The conference brought together people from a multitude of different fields including architects, designers and engineers for two days of hands-on workshops focusing on
How do engineers ensure interface usability in harshly illuminated natural environments? Explore one of the challenges faced by the industry. Experience I want you to imagine a phenomenal new piece of software, running on a purpose built ruggedised touchscreen platform. Both software and hardware have been carefully designed and developed with months of client and user consultation.
iVolve are pleased to welcome our newest team member, Nicole Bryce, to the family. Nicole joins us in an Administration role and will be working closely with our CEO, Kim Parascos to ensure iVolve personnel are on track and supported in the delivery of our solutions. Nicole has a long and diverse history in the Marketing and Communications sectors and is excited