Inspiring interactivity

The best usecases of Spott in October

Get inspired by how Spott users are applying interactivity to uplift the content experience on their website.

Kitchen inspiration by Arredo Italiano
Arredo uses interactivity to offer the best web experience to the visitors of their homepage. For every inspirational image, they have made sure that you as a user have all information directly available of everything that is in the image and allow direct conversion.
 
True to the exquisite branding they have, they uploaded a custom icon and adapted the colour code making sure that the interactive elements are part of the overall website experience.
They achieved this result by combining the Tag with a Card.
 
Best practices here are (1) the custom icon, (2) making the Spotts pulsate to draw attention and (3!!) making sure the box (the area around to Spott) is clickable and not only the Spotts themselves.
Using interactivity to explain
Fiscalite.lu uses interactivity to easily explain to their clients how to fill in those complex tax forms. They even integrated it into their simulation tool!
Interactivity becoming art by Grey and Sanders
Interactivity catalyzes the inspiration you want to bring with your content. One of our users, Enablly does this so beautifully for Grey and Sanders by adapting Spotts to every element in the picture that inspires. 👏
Damart transforms fashion shows into first sales-events for fans
A new fashion collection usually gets launched via a fashion show. Before Spott, this was always an event only meant to inspire. By making it interactive allowing pre-reservations or direct purchasing, you are able to transform the most inspirational content into a direct purchase.
Damart uses expanded Cards on the left allowing enough visibility of the products during the fashion show realy focussing on conversion.
Ride On Bikes uses interactivity to present product info
The purchase of a bike or car is always something thought through based on a lot of information. In order to facilitate the purchase of their bikes, Ride On Bikes uses interactivity to present all the information a sales person would tell you during a physical meet. 

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