Ubiquitous Solution

Businesses operate 24 / 7 / 365 and this means creating solutions that can be everywhere, work seamlessly between platforms and without effort on the user.

Ubiquitous Solutions are universal and pervasive. Business applications transfer data between desktop and mobile consistently and in real time. And consumer oriented solutions perform individually and between friends smoothly, allowing them to share information and make purchases with ease.

Creating a Ubiquitous Solution is more than just creating a responsive website. It involves building a User Experience that is unique and intuitive for any platform the customer or end user is viewing the solution on. With a desktop application, you have a much larger screen to work with, but once that area is condensed to a tablet, phone or even smart watch, the experience needs to change.

For example, an application being used on a desktop may use traditional menus while a tablet version would adapt to the touch screen. For a smart phone version, the application or website needs to be easily navigated by a single thumb at the bottom of the screen.

A few examples of common Ubiquitous Solutions are:

Social Media Apps

Social Media is one of the most popular reasons people are on-line. Most people check their social media sites several times a day. Facebook alone reports more than one billion daily active users. The ability to check social media across platforms ( desktop, tablet, phone and watch ) and receive notifications from the social media platforms across many devices is vital for the platform’s long term success.

Email Applications

Beginning with Hotmail in 1996 and Yahoo in 1997, email has been a major influence on the way people communicate. Email applications have to be flexible with the device that is being used. The ability to write and read email as well as simultaneous notifications across many devices needs to be considered.

News Applications

Global news is 24 / 7 and the display of the news needs to automatically consider how it’s being displayed. It could be a pop-up on a browser window, a badge on a smartphone or a notification on a watch. The application needs to consider how the news is being viewed and optimize automatically for the screen size.

Lifestyle Applications

There are many lifestyle applications that we use daily and don’t even think about them.  You may use a health and fitness application that tracks your steps from your watch, displays notifications on your phone and sends you emails on your weekly progress that you read on a computer screen or tablet. Or a cooking application that suggest recipes based on your search history, keeps track of your grocery list as you shop and syncs with your calendar to suggest quick meals when your schedule is tight.

Productivity Applications

We often have a love – hate relationship with Productivity Applications. They are here to help us manage to-do lists, manage projects, track time, take notes, schedule meetings and manager our calendar. Productivity Applications must seamlessly integrate between desktops, mobile and wearable devices.

Utility Applications

We use Utility Applications every day without ever thinking about them. Google Maps, Siri / Alexa / Google Assistant, Password Managers, Notes and calculators to name a few. Having the applications sync sync between devices is vital to maintain consistently and productivity.

It’s no longer an option to build applications that only work on a desktop computer on a mobile platform – all solutions must work everywhere.
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