In the wrap-up of AUCA2016 on July 6, 2016, we revisit highlights from the annual event.
Member organisations are increasingly enhancing member experiences with digital self-service, online learning, and online communities to increase member engagement. WebSilk use lean and human-centred product management, design, and development techniques to create compelling digital experiences. WebSilk shared their experience applying these approaches in extending Aptify AMS to AFAC (Australasian Fire and Emergency Service and Authorities Council) and RACP (Royal Australasian College of Physicians) members at the Australian Aptify Users Conference in July 2016.
How to deliver kick-ass experiences for your members w/ @WebSilkCreative #AUCA2016 pic.twitter.com/dnSwrboJ7C
— Angie Karpouzis (@angiekarpouzis) July 5, 2016
- 0:05 Delivering Kick-Ass Member Experiences using Aptify
- 0:52 Agile Product Management and Minimum Viable Products
- 1:14 Using Technology to Deliver the Greatest Amount of Value
- 1:43 Moving Towards New Web Achitecture
- 2:47 Websites Future Proofed
We have a few more video highlights of our Australian conference to share, and we’ll post those weekly while we gear up for the Aptify Users Conference being held in Miami this October. To learn how you can attend AUC2016 in person, along with hundreds of others Aptify users and partners, visit the AUC website: