With the release of Intuiface Version 6.3, IntuiLab also announced the completion of a rebranding initiative. In short that means the previous sentence should now be written as "With the release of Intuiface Version 6.3, Intuiface also announced..."
This FAQ will share the details and their implications.
We’ve changed the name and logo of our company. Our company name is now Intuiface, matching the name of our software. (Yes, that is a lowercase 'f'.) The logo is
We talk about it here in our press release. In short, quoting the PR, this rebranding is “in response to accelerated company growth and a renewal to its corporate vision”. In other words, it was time for a refresh before company momentum was too fast to permit such a change.
No, it’s still Intuiface. Although we did change the uppercase ‘F’ to a lowercase ‘f’, so there is a visual change – but the name sounds the same.
For most of you, not at all. We’ll now be using intuiface.com for our website and assorted Web-hosted content and services but redirections will let you use the older URLs. And Intuiface the product is identical, other than the rebranding.
The one exception is the impact of this rebranding on those of you with pesky Internet firewalls.
Some of you needed to open your corporate firewall to permit our software access to Intuiface cloud-hosted services. In the past that meant accommodating the domain intuilab.com. The rebranding requires us to adopt intuiface.com for our services. For the next year all released Players and Composers will continue to refer to the intuilab.com sub-domains. And they will forever. But all Players and Composers released after 1-July-2019 will refer to the intuiface.com sub-domains. So if you needed IT to open your firewall for intuilab.com, a clock is ticking for an update to your firewall to accept intuiface.com as well.