What we learned from dogfooding call a BOX

Google used the term dogfooding (“eating your own dogfood”) in 2009 to describe the practice of an organization using its own product. We did recently a very similar thing with call a BOX, a self-storage service. After we finished the implementation of the webapge and the progressive web app for our customer, we simply used […]

Call a BOX

Call a BOX is now live and online. The new innovative self storage system of our customer MediaPrint and Wenzel Logistics just officially launched. We at IKANGAI developed and implemented the app and the website. Call a BOX uses the modern progressive web app technology stack that creates a seamless user experience from web to […]

Windows 10: PWA Office Apps

German platform deskmodder.de reports that Mircosoft is experimenting with PWA (Progressive Web App) versions of their office suite with some users.  According to the author of the article, PWA versions of Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word appear in the startmenu. It turned out that these apps were created by Microsoft Edge (Stable). The path of […]

What the end of third-party cookies means for advertisers

Advertisers still have some time before one of the their most beloved tool – third party cookies – will become obsolete. Thus, alternative strategies for putting ads to work are needed. Central to this startegy shift is the use of first-party data. This means that you as a company have to start collecting data from […]

Luna, Amazon’s cloud gaming service uses a PWA

article-context-nav context-nav article article-hero-lede article-hero post-contents Amazon Luna is Amazon’s cloud gaming platform that goes live for early access customers in October. The most interesting part is that Luna is a progressive web app for iOS. This approach lets Amazon circumvent Apple’s App Store fees.  As a user, you’ll simply download the PWA from the […]

PWAs go VR

Facebook mentioned that they are planing to support PWAs for their Oculus Browser. This is quite interesting since it opens new possibilites for PWAs. Of course, there are not many details available availale (yet) and it remains to be seen, how it actually works: I forgot to mention this yesterday: Oculus Browser may support installable […]

PWAs are the new responsive

Web technology is constantly evolving and the latest bar for a good online customer experience is a Progressive Web App (PWA). A PWA is a set of web technologies that creates fast, app-like experiences for users. This results in higher conversion rates and also gives a SEO boost. For example, Lancôme saw a 36% boost […]

Q’​News – Next Generation Newsletter

In recent years mobile newsletter services have become popular on messenger platforms. There are numerous service providers offering newsletter services on messenger platforms such as WhatsApp. The high opening rate of messages – compared to email newsletters – makes this type of newsletter attractive to businesses. However, these services depend on the messenger platform. As […]

Why buy the pig in a poke (or the cat in the bag)?

What pig? What poke? The proverbial pig in the poke (or cat in the bag) is the email newsletter and the purchase is the registration. Email newsletters are not a very exciting topic and yet important for many businesses to provide customers with information. Why? Newsletters are a great tool for businesses: you write an email […]