Widgetic
Sector

Startups

Location

Iasi, Romania

Project Info

A simple web tool that allows anyone to create visual interactives on the spot.

Producing interactive content used to take a considerable effort from strategists, product managers, designers and developers. It required the collaborative energy of many staff members and a hefty budget & timeframe.

With Widgetic we planned to bring widget creation to the masses. The challenge was to make the entire process accessible and easy to use for anyone, by removing the need for a designer or developers.

The product is now used by many small and large organisations such as The Huffington Post, Le Figaro, TV5Monde, BFMTV and others.

VISIT PROJECT

A simple web tool that allows anyone to create visual interactives on the spot.

Producing interactive content used to take a considerable effort from strategists, product managers, designers and developers. It required the collaborative energy of many staff members and a hefty budget & timeframe.

With Widgetic we planned to bring widget creation to the masses. The challenge was to make the entire process accessible and easy to use for anyone, by removing the need for a designer or developers.

The product is now used by many small and large organisations such as The Huffington Post, Le Figaro, TV5Monde, BFMTV and others.

VISIT PROJECT

Madlibs used by The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post is one of the largest newsrooms in US, with more than 200 million visitors a month.

The madlib was published in the comedy section and it supports sharing with Twitter and Facebook.

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FAQ Accordion used by Le Figaro

Le Figaro is the second-largest national newspaper in France. The widget was published in the politics section of the website.

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The Editor

Using the Editor, widgets can be customized without writing code. The visual interface opens up widget creation to everyone – especially to the people that don’t have technical skills.

By keeping the widgets in the cloud, we simplified how users add them to their websites – with copy/paste.

In this example, the spinning audio player widget has a button that is superimposed on the images.