Please welcome the newest addition to InviteRight…the Status Bar! This little guy plays a big role in enhancing the registration experience of your guests.
As I had mentioned in my previous post, EventIQ is very attuned to details and we’re constantly tweaking and improving InviteRight and all of our products. A crucial element to the registration experience that we are very attentive towards is immediate user feedback – when you click on a button you want to know right away if: 1) you have activated the action 2) your action is being processed. This is where the Status Bar really shines.
Now any time a green proceed forward button is clicked you will know right away that your registration information is being processed. There’s absolutely no chance for confusion nor the need to senselessly click the proceed button repeatedly (I’ll save you my rant on those repeated Elevator and Crosswalk button mashers!)
All improvements to the guest registration experience have been met with extensive testing. For example, the buttons on the Visual Floor Map likewise offers immediate feedback on such information as seating availability, and names of other seated guests. Most importantly our system allocates Table/Booth selection priority on a first come first serve basis right down to the very nanosecond! For events that can expect a mad rush of registration, InviteRight is well equipped to ensure a fair and equitable registration.
Immediate feedback is also important in the creation status of events. A similar progress bar appears whenever you click on the Save button when you are Creating your events, so you will know that all of your important changes have been committed.
At EventIQ, every step of your guest registration experience is important to us, and the Status Bar offers a logical and intuitive indicator that will help to reduce confusion during the registration process. This ultimately this will save you time and effort in having to answer fewer phone calls or emails from guests wanting to confirm their registration.
See, a little bit of smart design goes a long way!