CaseWorthy Introduces New Graphical User Interface (GUI)

Robust and powerful software platforms are worthless without a simple user interface. Complex menus, cluttered tabs, and bad interface design hinders efficiency, training and frustrates case workers, managers, and volunteers. Unlike many solutions in the human services marketplace, CaseWorthy has been designed from the ground up with usability in mind. The new CaseWorthy GUI (graphical user interface) is a huge step forward for any organization in the human services realm. CaseWorthy utilizes the single page application (SPA) also known as single-page interface (SPI) meaning that any single web page will adjust to any device that you are using automatically. 

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The CaseWorthy technology supports all desktops including and provides a fluid user experience akin to a desktop application. It also supports Safari, Internet Explorer, and Chrome browsers for tablet and phone devices. To further enhance response times CaseWorthy uses a responsive Web Design (RWD) designed for optimal viewing on any device. This provides a fluid, proportion-based grid, flexible images and CSS3 media.

In a world where we have Laptops, Tablets, Mobile phones we need our information to adjust to all platforms and CaseWorthy does this seamlessly. The results are an interface which improves the experience for any case worker, manager, administrator or volunteer.