Why a Jack-in-a-box? Because it’s the World’s First Interactive Box! |
Think about it – what a great representation of interactivity! The Jack-in-the-Box just sits there, full of potential, until someone does something to it. The physical action of turning the handle causes the music to play. Just when you think you've Replica watches heard the whole song, an "A-ha!" moment happens when the puppet jumps out.
Similarly, this defines the notions behind successful interactive website applications:
1.) Left alone, it is static;
2.) It requires physical interaction by the user;
3.) It incorporates audio;
4.) It has visual appeal;
5.) There is a learning or discovery point for the user.
In other words, as soon as it has human interaction, it comes to life, and the potential is realized.
Interactive applications could be something as ordinary as using the ATM machine. But for our purposes it means developing engaging communication vehicles for our clients – including interactive websites, email promotion and management, database applications, and video delivered via a website or DVD.
The best interactive solutions are based on purpose and intended audience. Jack-in-a-Box toys are intended primarily to entertain, though the character ones (for example, Mickey Mouse) are also intended to support branding. For our clients, Christian Louboutin outlet we know our solutions are also meant to inform and inspire action.
Hmmm. Inspire action? Just like the Jack-in-a-Box . . .
I collect Jack-in-the-Boxes. I really go for the old, all metal ones. If you know of one for sale, please let me know! – Nancy Zurbuchen, President