The latest news from the STQRY team
The latest news from the STQRY team
Preserve WWWalks is revolutionizing the green tourism industry, offering sustainable solutions and alternatives to traditionally wasteful travel practices. Step into the future of green travel with this new case study!
Today we are highlighting the latest “Apps Gone Live” throughout the month of June. We have had the pleasure of launching a variety of apps for events and attractions including collegiate gardens, historic tours, and museums.
Your tour guide app has a big role to play. It welcomes visitors, points them towards the right routes, and explains important features or exhibits. In this post, we walk you through the top reasons to measure the success of your app and exactly how to do it.
The STQRY app builder’s text translation feature is here! With our simple interface and 27 languages available, you can easily make your app accessible to millions of users worldwide and take your content to a global level.
Throughout the month of May we had the pleasure of launching apps for a range of events and attractions, including galas, historic communities and museums.
Did you know that you can integrate location-specific content into your STQRY app? With geofencing and bluetooth beacons or GPS, you can create a unique, tailored content experience for your visitors that is determined by their location within your site.
QR codes are having a major revival across all industries, and especially within the website application sector. Learn how to integrate QR codes into your app to level up your content below, but first, let’s start at the beginning by answering the question: what is a QR code?
This May we are highlighting the latest “Apps Gone Live” throughout the month of April. From parks and gardens to historic tours and libraries, we are excited to help in sharing their stories digitally!
There are many things you should be considering in the early stages of app development when creating your publishing strategy. Each site will have different needs, and your visitors will have different preferences, but there are a few best practices to keep in mind that work well for almost all visitor experience apps.
Exciting news! We’ve just launched our latest feature on the STQRY platform, advanced text-to-speech translation. This feature allows you to convert any text-based content into audio files that can be used within your app, creating a more inclusive and interactive app experience for your visitors.
When launching an app experience it's important to make sure that your app is as interactive and accessible as possible in order to reach the widest range of users. Consider the following features and upgrades in order to increase your accessibility and interactivity.
If you’ve recently created a digital tour guide app to enhance your on-site visitor journey, but you’re struggling with low adoption rates, it might be time to think strategically about your on-site signage and marketing. Learn some tips and tricks from the STQRY team!
The STQRY Customer Success Team launched some interactive apps we can't wait to use. We are honored to work with clients from all around the world, from libraries to museums and even a chocolate factory!
Cultural Roadmapp is a travel technology startup company on a mission to reinvent the road trip. Their first initiative, created on the STQRY platform, is an app called Road Trip: IRELAND. It includes a series of GPS-triggered audio tours exploring seven counties along Ireland’s 1500-mile Wild Atlantic Way driving route, starting with County Clare.
In honor of February being Black History Month, we are highlighting two of our latest projects as part of our apps-gone-live series-- Strides for Social Justice and Road to Freedom.
Tour guide apps are valuable digital resources that enhance the visitor experience in multiple sectors. However, many organizations aren’t sure where to start when budgeting. From software to content, here is a total breakdown of costs and what to expect.
The George Eastman Museum, located in Rochester, NY, was one of the earlier STQRY clients who adapted digital experiences into their pandemic strategy. This early integration allowed them to go completely touchless in 2020 and now into 2021.
During 2020, virtual connection was the only way for museums to stay in touch with visitors, donors, and staff, which meant that many institutions around the world had to get creative and implement digital solutions practically overnight. Check out some of the amazing initiatives many museums launched to remain in constant contact!
In part two of this three-part blog series, we take a closer look with SEMC Executive Director, Zinnia Willits at the 2020 impact on museums and the future of digital experiences.
Creating a digital experience is the first step to connecting with your visitors, but what is step number two? Step two is telling visitiors about your experience by marketing your app! However, it's not always the easiest step. Here are some marketing tips from our team!