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Ideas for people who want to deliver information as an experience.

If your content doesn’t stad out, your company won’t stand out.

A marketing brochure PDF? No. An InfoApp.

All content is transitioning to the web, replacing static documents and lengthy PDFs. The new InfoApp brochures are dynamic, featuring built-in UI/UX that mimics mini websites. In this example, we have transformed a 3-page document into an InfoApp—a mini-site with a header, tab-organized content area, and footer. The design process is straightforward, similar to graphic design or presentation applications like PowerPoint. The twist lies in organizing content into tabs instead of traditional pages. It’s both simple and modern.

The best part? No coding required. You can drag and drop design elements, positioning them precisely on the canvas. For those concerned about the environment, this format encourages users to print only necessary sections by printing each tab separately. This approach reduces paper waste compared to printing entire PDFs. The icing on the cake? The entire design process takes less than 15 minutes.

Catchy. Captivating. Compelling.

Game-changing presentations

Is it a statement or a dashboard? It is an InfoApp.

Pixel-perfect design ensures this statement closely resembles traditional statements and meeting all regulatory design requirements while offering more analytics and better user experience.
Content is organized into separate tabs, each containing related information. This logical design creates distinct analytical sections with a dashboard look and feel for each tab.
Interactive tables enable users to effortlessly filter and sort data and columns, eliminating the need to copy and paste data into Excel for analysis.
A multi-tabbed interactive dashboard empowers users to visualize and slice-and-dice the data within the document to extract valuable insights.

As data-literate users demand more control over their data, static data in documents has become obsolete. Users no longer want merely to see data; they want to understand it. Previously, frustrated users had to extract and copy static data for analysis in other applications. Now, with Storied Data’s In-Document BI, this problem is solved. When delivering data to users, ensure it’s interactive.