User Experience Studies
Onison’s user experience studies have found that individuals typically prefer file manager style folder presentations for their assistance in orientation. However, in large folder structures, they are cumbersome and it can take a string of clicks to reach a target folder. On the other hand, many users prefer folder structures that are based on fold-out layers for their greater speed and single click action. Extensive tests have revealed that a combination of the two would retain the benefits of both in orientation and speed without burdening the user with additional complexities.
Cascading and Expandable Folder Structures
ImageDirector is the popular Digital Asset Management application service by Onison. It not only safeguards any file type, but also allows flexibility for sharing within a secure and scalable environment. The new folder management represents only one step toward an entirely novel approach to integrating local files with the power of web-based Media Asset Management. ImageDirector is developed on a “zero-footprint”
For the full benefit of the administrative features in the new folder module, browsers should be equipped with Flash. Interested parties may experience these innovations at http://onison.imagedirector.net/
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About Onison Corporation
Onison provides Rich Internet Applications (RIA) as a Service (SaaS) that are out-innovating the competition in brand management tools. Onison’s application services address the particular needs of brand management with services for digital asset management, the publishing of print collaterals, and the provision of Web-to-TV, digital signage, POS price labelling, and catalogue production. The fully customizable solutions cater from the largest global franchise enterprise to the smallest photography business.
For 15 years, Onison has been professionally servicing enterprise level media asset management and web-to-print solutions to Global2000 organizations, such as ABB, Givaudan, Hilti, Intersport, Novartis, Siemens, United Nations, and many more, including financial institutions with high-security requirements.