Immworlds: Built By People For People
Have you noticed that these days updates to applications make them harder and more confusing to use? They move important things around in unusual and strange ways?
At Immworlds we do things a bit differently! One of the big original design ideas was to build an easy to use virtual world that we would want to use and be in. We wanted a virtual world that even Grandma could use even if she was the ultimate technophobe.
That is why you can get into Immworlds as a guest and not have to register to join in on a great discussion or have a family meeting. The guest interface is purposely simple to eliminate all the things a guest would not need to use like inventory or a friends list.
If you want to really dive in and become a registered user then there are more selections for you to choose from.
Immworlds is easy to get into too. Just click on a URL (Web address) and you are in! put in your name and choose an avatar and the world opens up with you inside.
To get around you walk and look around with the arrow keys on your keyboard, or if you are on a tablet or phone you have a joystick device on your screen to use. It only takes one hand to move around in Immworlds and the movement is natural and precise. You can even fly in Immworlds using the same controls!
At Immworlds we understand that one of the biggest barriers to usability is complicated ways of doing things in a new application. We have purposely designed Immworlds to be very easy and intuitive to use.
For people who have handicaps we have also made Immworlds with things like speech to text and other features to enable people to use our world.
At Immworlds we understand that real people are using our products. We want to make communication and collaboration as easy as possible to include every person that has an internet connection and a computing device to be able to enjoy good times together.
If you would like a demonstration, or would like to help with making a better even more people oriented place for people like you and I just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org