Introducing Crux Demos!
After over two decades of building demos and prototypes in support of our user experience consulting and research practice, we have now elevated this critical offering to our newest initiative: Crux Demos.
We created Crux Demos to support our clients who have an online platform, product, or service with confidential functionality and data at its core – or maybe doesn’t even exist yet – and they can’t just fire up the live site and show it off to potential customers. Instead, they need an effective demo of their product that can be used by their sales and marketing teams.
Demos and prototypes are also essential for clients in early stages of development. For our clients who are startups, or are simply starting up something new, Crux Demos can bring ideas to life… and be used to earn executive buy-in or gain investor approval.
Our team, made up of technical experts with a passion for user experience, can create demos of anything from simple mobile apps to huge enterprise platforms. Whether we’re aiming to create a pixel-perfect software simulation, or designing a prototype based on a napkin sketch, we’ll take whatever exists and we’ll create what’s needed.
Are you planning to up-level your marketing materials in 2023? Could a custom demo or prototype help you close more deals and gain more buy-in? Visit cruxdemos.com to learn more about how we can help.
As the saying goes, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Your sales team knows this all too well. No doubt, they have a wealth of horror stories about not being able to access Wi-Fi on the convention floor or at the client site. They’ve had that moment where they’re desperately searching for a PowerPoint to take the place of demonstrating your businesses unique experience to potential clients.
Nothing derails a sales demo more powerfully than showing a site that doesn’t work. In this article, we’ll share what we’ve learned by building custom website demos for our clients.
In this article, we get real about what it takes to create a demo of a behind-the-login site or application.