Many of us at KLI are trying different ways of staying healthy: some of us do yoga, Crossfit, hiking- one of us is even on a rugby team. Swimming and running are my exercises of choice, and I usually choose to go for a run. In my time preparing for half marathons and 5ks, I have tried several apps to use while running. Recently I learned that one of my colleagues is also a runner, so we started talking about the different apps that we use or have tried in the past. We would continue to point out what worked really well and what didn’t which made me wonder what actually makes a running app great for runners?[Read More]
The 2018 midterm elections are on November 6th!
….but it is unlikely that this is the first time that you are hearing about them. With all the news, coverage, and spin, we at KLI asked: “is UX being considered when covering politics?” We know that there are other places that you can find political opinions and hot takes, so you will not find any in this article. I will be staying focused on the UX of communicating and understanding politics, specifically on how different news organizations and outlets have tried to cover the midterm elections.[Read More]
State of AI by Industry
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to mature, various industries have started to include it in their own growth and product strategies. The impact of AI is growing in the Automotive, Finance, and Gaming industries. Below you’ll find AI industry trends and applications and how those applications are expected to evolve in the future:[Read More]
USAA Named Best Mobile Property Insurance Solution by Key Lime Interactive, Esurance Innovates with DIY Home Inspection App
In the March 31, 2017 release of Key Lime Interactive’s (KLI) bi-annual Home & Renter’s Insurance Mobile Competitive Index report, USAA ranks highest among eight of the largest property insurance companies in the U.S. in the categories of mobile site, iPhone and Android app. Maintains more than a 13% lead over nearest competitors in every category except mobile site--where 3 competitors have recently improved and narrowed USAA’s lead to just 8%.[Read More]
USAA Named Best Mobile Banking Solution by Key Lime Interactive, Android Fingerprint Login Arrives
In the June 30, 2016 release of Key Lime Interactive’s (KLI) bi-annual Mobile Banking Competitive Index report, USAA ranks highest among eight of the largest retail banks in the U.S. in the categories of mobile site, iPhone, iPad, and Android app. Maintains more than a 10% lead over nearest competitors in every category.
GEICO Named Best Mobile Auto Insurance Solution Again; Key Lime Interactive Reports Industry Trends and Innovations
In the June 30, 2016 release of Key Lime Interactive’s (KLI) bi-annual Mobile Auto Insurance Competitive Index report, GEICO ranks highest among eight of the larger auto insurance companies in the US in the categories of mobile site, iPhone, and Android app. In the past 3 years of publication of this report, GEICO has consistently been reported to be one of the 3 top performers.
Here at Key Lime Interactive we are constantly monitoring how consumer needs change and evolve over time. And of course, we track—with great interest—what industry leaders and innovators are doing to push technology forward, and how that influences consumer expectations, and improves the user experience.[Read More]
Are you interested in performing Competitive Benchmarking research for yourself or a client, but don’t know where to start?
In July 2016, Key Lime Interactive broadcasted a live webinar on Best Practices for Competitive Benchmarking. You can watch a full recording of the webinar here, or get a recap with our infographic.[Read More]
In September 2015, Key Lime Interactive concluded a biannual competitive review of the competitive landscape in the auto insurance industry while highlighting the importance of how the specific companies are meeting the needs and expectations of their target users.[Read More]
“There are two ways to share knowledge: You can PUSH information out or you can PULL them in with a STORY.” While most of us are regularly faced with reading PowerPoint presentations to understand research results, we rarely get the pleasure of hearing a great story that rings our empathy bell. That’s usually what I yearn for when I go to conferences. The food and networking is great, but what I always remember and share with others are the presentations that told me a great story.[Read More]