This tip was inspired by a note we recently received from a new Intuiface user. In response to one of their questions, we shared a link to our online documentation - this Help Center - and in response, the contact wrote, "Wow! I had no idea you had all of this online!"
Wow is right! We've worked very hard to ensure folks new to Intuiface have a host of self-educational options and then took multiple steps to promote their existence. Nevertheless, we get the impression many of you receiving this email have yet to benefit from these resources.
The following list is summarized here online:
Multiple courses, each subdivided into multiple lessons, each no more than five to seven minutes in length. It's entirely free and entirely video-based, so you can just sit back, bask in the moving images, and learn all about Intuiface.
200+ articles on just about any topic. Creating collections. Loading websites. Building forms. Writing interfaces to services in the cloud. Using timers. You name it, it's probably here. And we update it virtually daily, so it's always current.
A searchable database of questions asked and answered. All users - both Trial and paid - can submit questions to our very talented Support staff.
We ran a webinar about one month ago and it was a great success. Over one hour, we give you an in-depth look at Intuiface basics, coupled with question-and-answer sessions conducted with webinar attendees.
We've created a large number of experiences you can download via both the Composer and Player Experiences panel. With them, you can see how we put together amazing effects and, hopefully, find inspiration for your own work.
We also put together this quick look at advanced features like binding and triggers & actions. It may not make you an expert but it does clarify what we mean by these advanced principles and how you might find them useful.
Now you know how to find answers and insight for your Intuiface questions!