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Introducing a Sleeker and More Intuitive

December 17, 2015 by Mike Talvensaari

For a good part of 2015, we've been working behind the scenes on a new and improved version of The revamped website features a fresh look, updated user-friendly navigation, and a completely new approach to presenting our Wowza products and streaming solutions.

We based the redesign on the same question that drives development of Wowza Streaming Engine, Wowza Streaming Cloud, and Wowza GoCoder: How can we make things more intuitive and useful for our customers and would-be customers?

With that in mind, we included the following features:

New information architecture & content

  • The Capabilities of Wowza Technology page showcases the high-level capabilities of both Wowza Streaming Engine software and the Wowza Streaming Cloud service, and is your gateway to details on live transcoding, streaming formats and protocols, closed captioning, recording and archiving, and much more. 
  • The Wowza Solutions pages now provide an easy way to learn about the most common types of streaming, and how your industry is using Wowza streaming technology. These pages allow you to find information based on what you're trying achieve—for example, IP camera streaming or live sports streaming.

Mobile-friendly responsive design 

  • The site now adjusts dynamically based on screen or window size, improving usability—especially on mobile devices.
  • We've focused on greater use of imagery and video for a more scannable and compelling experience.

We’re not done yet! Phase 1 of the website renovation is complete, and phase 2 is just beginning. Please take a look around and let us know what you think. We want you to love the site as much as we do! 

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Mike Talvensaari

An expert in product and user experience design, Mike Talvensaari has more than 20 years of experience in developing engaging, intuitive interfaces for some of the leading media products in the industry. He earned an M.S. in Human Factors and Ergonomics from San Jose State University.