The Blog

How a Little Idea Became a Big Deal

Hey there. I’m Josh, founder and Chief Creative Officer here at Scrollmotion, Ingage’s parent company. To kick off this blog series, I thought I’d tell you a little about where Ingage came from and where we see it going. The idea for Ingage started in a conference room in Cupertino, born out of the ashes…

Kiosk Mode: Keep Customers Focused on Your Story

It’s awesome to hear businesses tell us they’re displaying Ingage stories on an iPad kiosk, set up either in-store or at a trade show exhibit. But to prevent customers randomly checking news and email, they wish they could limit access to just their Ingage story. That wish has now been granted with the addition of…

Image Handles: Freedom to Adjust Aspect Ratio

“Freedom lies in being bold.” – Robert Frost We’ve heard many of you say that you wanted more freedom to adjust the size of your photos in Ingage so that you can tell your business story best. In our app update this week, we added Image Handles to the Text & Image page template. While in edit…

Welcome to Ingage

A message from Alan Braun, CEO Well, I can’t believe it’s actually here. Product launch day to me always feels like a combination of being at the top of a roller coaster right before the first big drop, preparing to ace a really hard test (but knowing there will be surprises), and being a kid…

7 Tips for Building Your Best Ingage Story

Ingage makes creating your story so easy that it’s pretty hard not to make something great. Here are our basic guidelines for knocking it out of the park from the start. 1. Storytelling: We’ve found that a 3-part story is usually the most successful. Start by telling the user who you are, move on to presenting your product or…

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Dare to Compare

Here at Ingage HQ, we are all about interactivity AND engagement. You could say that interactivity on iPads is in our DNA, so it isn’t surprising that we are constantly thinking up new ways for our users to create interactive moments that are guaranteed to grab attention. The Compare page is our newest offering in…

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Storytelling: A Tale as Old as Time

Storytelling is as old as the drawings in Lascaux cave —I saw a bison, I chased the bison, I brought that bison down like a sweet cupcake—told in three tidy pictograms by some ancient caveman. The hunter was victorious that day and wanted his caveman buddies to admire him, and perhaps to hire him as…