Last week, we launched Virtual Try-On for Desktop using Mobile Sync which enables users to "try on" jewelry pieces through their desktop device. When a user wants to see an item "On Me" in the Tangiblee widget, a QR code appears. Once scanned, the user is prompted with the Virtual Try-On experience on their mobile and, in real-time, the users' new images are synced to the desktop screen. Users can continue interacting and "try on" more items with either device.
We continue to serve mobile-capture-first VTO experiences but have eliminated friction for desktop users who can now take the very best inputs on their superior mobile devices and interact with the outputs on their preferred desktop device, in real-time.
Even though we mentioned our VTO for Desktop with Mobile Sync in a recent article, we think it is important to mention one or two key details that highlight why we chose to use a mobile device for capturing images instead of a 'standard desktop capability' for virtual try-on. Our main focus has been and continues to be providing the best experience for users (front-end) & retailer clients (backend).
Most desktop monitors don't have a built-in camera; and, if a desktop or laptop camera is available, the camera position proves challenging for users. For instance, a camera on a desk requires you to move your entire body to get into the best position, where a laptop sitting in your lap requires you to move the entire laptop.
Additionally, in terms of where to place or hold their hand or wrist in front of the camera lens can be awkward - especially considering the fact that their hand is now blocking a users' view of what's on the actual screen due to the front-facing configuration of desktop cameras.
At the end of the day, users are comfortable and prefer engaging with their mobile camera because it's natural and familiar. And, its portability allows for users to move their body and the camera easily to get the perfect shot.
As we continue developing our Virtual Try-On capabilities, we'll keep sharing those updates here.
Stay tuned for more updates and news regarding our latest product developments.
In today's digital landscape, AI is everywhere – from the headlines of news outlets to the trending topics on Twitter. With the release of ChatGPT in 2023, AI has become a hot topic. While some eagerly embrace AI to automate processes, others harbor concerns about its long-term implications.
Across industries, companies harness AI to streamline tasks like taking meeting notes, generating content, optimizing workflows, and more. Individuals use AI to create personalized meal plans and seek answers to their questions. In fact, some innovative solo entrepreneurs are building entire businesses solely relying on the capabilities of AI.
Yet, as anyone who has explored AI knows, it comes with imperfections. It's a groundbreaking technological advancement, but it still has a long way to go before it can replace human moderation entirely.
At Tangiblee, we recognize the transformative power of AI, but we also understand its limitations. That's why we've adopted a unique approach – human-in-the-loop AI.
After the initial AI processes, our dedicated human moderators meticulously review every product, leaving little room for error. Each item undergoes a rigorous audit to ensure that AI hasn't overlooked any detail, guaranteeing that the highest-quality product is delivered to our clients.
Our in-house team, supported by AI, provides unmatched accuracy and quality. We maintain control over all aspects of our operations, from training to professional development and incentives. This carefully structured process has yielded remarkable results, including a staggering 100X increase in throughput compared to competitors relying on freelance resources.
To delve deeper into how Tangiblee leverages human-in-the-loop AI for superior results, we invite you to schedule a personalized demo with us. Witness firsthand how our innovative approach can transform your business.
In one of our previous blogs, Boost E-commerce Growth: Tangiblee Management Portal (TMP), we discussed Tangiblee’s commitment to transparency. As a follow up to that article, let's delve into Tangiblee’s personalized approach to analytics.
It is important for any company, especially e-commerce websites, to pay attention to business intelligence and insights. Everyone has a budget and must make strategic decisions about what vendors they take on, marketing campaigns they create, and much more.
The TMP gives retailers the ability to clearly analyze the success of Tangiblee’s immersive e-commerce experiences. However, this success can look very different depending on the company.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to developing a clear analytics approach. Each retailer’s strategy may differ depending on the business insights they want to achieve. For example, one retailer may be focused on driving increased loyalty and engagement, another on reducing returns, and yet another on increasing conversion rates and average order value (AOV).
In short, every specific business has its own goals and pain points. Different metrics speak to different goals which is why Tangiblee provides actionable insights in order for business executives to make data-driven decisions.
Below are just a few of the key metrics that matter for e-commerce success:
As you can see, there are various metrics that e-commerce companies are looking at when it comes to evaluating the success of a vendor and/or technology. This is why Tangiblee not only provides revenue based metrics, but also analytics that are indicative of customer engagement.
Let’s take a look at two companies that we have worked with who had two different goals: F.Hinds Jewellers and Dana Rebecca Designs.
One of F.Hinds’ goals was to increase engagement and users on their site. Our team made sure to evaluate relevant metrics that allowed F.Hinds to measure this goal. Following testing, F.Hinds could properly identify that Tangiblee had increased the number of users browsing their products by 31%.
Not only could F.Hinds be confident that they had achieved their goal, but they were also able to tell that Tangiblee had been the catalyst for that achievement.
Another jewelry brand, Dana Rebecca Designs (DRD), also turned to Tangiblee in order to elevate their e-commerce site. However, they had a different goal in mind compared to F.Hinds. DRD was looking to increase conversion rates and revenue per visitor (RPV). Keeping this in mind, Tangiblee created a strategic analytics approach that would ensure these goals could be properly tracked.
Since implementation, Dana Rebecca Designs has seen a 1.5X increase in conversion rate and a 2X increase in revenue per visitor (RPV).
Tangiblee’s personalized approach ensured that both clients not only reached their goals, but were able to properly track and analyze relevant metrics.
Our dedication to personalized analytics isn’t just talk, we work relentlessly to uphold our promise for company specific analytics. One of the ways we demonstrate our commitment is through regular A/B tests conducted in collaboration with our clients. These tests provide clear and quantifiable proof of the impact that Tangiblee has on user experiences and revenue.
Once Tangiblee's innovative solutions are seamlessly integrated, our team continues with consistent metric reviews. These reviews serve as a platform to delve into the data, discussing key findings and pinpointing significant improvements. Our collaborative approach ensures that both our team and our clients are on the same page, united in the pursuit of data-driven enhancements.
During these insightful metric reviews, our expertise shines through. We don't just stop at highlighting what's working – we offer strategic insights and proposed changes that can be made to the UX. This approach is geared towards optimizing Tangiblee's performance on the retailer's website, ensuring that the benefits are maximized and the customer journey is elevated.
At Tangiblee, it's not enough to promise personalized analytics; we believe in proving its effectiveness through rigorous testing, continuous assessment, and strategic refinement. Your success is our success, and our commitment to tangible results drives us to provide top-notch solutions tailored to retailers’ unique needs.
Tangiblee's dedication to metrics underscores their commitment to supporting the diverse needs and goals of e-commerce businesses. Analytics are far from one-size-fits-all; each company has its unique objectives, goals, and focus areas.
In the dynamic landscape of e-commerce, understanding the intricacy of business intelligence is pivotal for making informed decisions. Tangiblee's Management Portal (TMP) not only grants retailers the power to scrutinize the impact of Tangiblee on their websites, but it also champions a personalized approach to metrics.
Navigating the intricacies of metric diversity isn't a straightforward task, but Tangiblee's distinctive approach sets them apart. In a world where data is king, Tangiblee's dedication to tailored metrics emerges as a beacon of innovation and customer-centricity. To learn more about Tangiblee’s data-focused approach, schedule a demo here.