Digital Interaction Design
Intempio has a tried-and-true methodology for identifying the critical needs of a digital interaction and quickly translating them into a format with, supporting technology, to achieve results. Our client can utilize the whole design process or select those parts that most closely match their needs.
- Identify simple or complex requirements
- Critical Timeline
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Focus on the journey of the participant and their needs
- Working in groups
- Whole to part
- Knowledge Seekers
- Relationship Seekers
- Formalize the required SMART outcomes from the digital interaction
- Patient Benefit
- Culture Building
- Opinion Shifting
- Awareness Building
- Community Development
- Opportunity Identification
- Reward and recognition
- Create, Maintain, Build Relationships
- Deliver formats, technology tools to create the required impact
- Team Building
- Social Activity
- Role play
- Selection of the best technology to match interaction needs
- Engagement Specialists
- Live, on-demand
- Integrated data to assess outcomes
- Information Retention
- Content Preferences
- Calls to action
- In-Meeting Analytics
Blend Technology and Design
Create effective digital interactions that blend the right technology in tried and true formats to create outcomes for all.
Flexible, scalable solutions to adapt to the needs of your strategies budgets and place in the product lifecycle.
There are numerous digital meeting providers, but very few have the ten year experience that Intempio has in creating digital meetings for the healthcare sector. This means that we are a low-touch, sector-experienced partner who can work with you to simplify the process of developing digital interactions that exceed the expectations of both content providers and participants.
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The changes to in-person meetings since February 2020 have been profound, and have long-term impacts. Organizations, meeting budget holders, content creators and participants are looking very differently at meeting together. How does it now work for in-person and hybrid interactions?
Build on the recognition that digital interactions are now the norm from 1:1 and multiple person interactions via sales and medical teams to digital and in-person meetings interactions throughout the product lifecycle