A seasoned engineer with 10+ years experience, Scott has expertise in web applications, as well as experience using web-based software for complex projects within marketing, game design and APIs. 


Blog  •  October 18, 2017  •  By Scott Lozier  •  Innovation-Insight  •  VR, online shopping
You know that moment in the Wizard of Oz when the drama switches from black and white to color? The story becomes magical. A whole new viewing experience where anything seems possible. Well, that moment will soon happen on the web.  In the near future, now-familiar 2D websites will transform into vivid 3D experiences — turning online shopping into a whole new ballgame. Flat images will be replaced with 3D objects (mixed reality) that can be customized to meet shoppers’ specific needs.  In other words, websites will become a whole lot more interesting. As an added bonus, the...
Blog  •  August 24, 2017  •  By Scott Lozier  •  Innovation-Insight  •  AR, VR, touchscreen, interactive games
Our customers often mention virtual reality (VR) when they are looking to do something unique and eye-catching at conferences. They’re not exactly sure how VR could be used to present their product or tell their story but they know the technology is trending and they don’t want to get left behind. Maybe you’re also considering including VR in your marketing mix. But is VR the right choice? What about augmented reality (AR)? Or a touchscreen game? While touchscreen games create a community experience, VR and AR alter our perception of the world. They’re typically used for gaming,...
Blog  •  July 19, 2017  •  By Scott Lozier  •  Innovation-Insight  •  API, chatbot
I've got a secret I've been hiding under my skin My heart is human, my blood is boiling, my brain IBM -Mr. Roboto When Styx released Mr Roboto in 1983 it captured our fears about not knowing if you were speaking to a human or a robot. Well, we are finally there. Today many customer interchanges are managed without human interaction. And Gartner predicts that by 2020, 85% of all customer interactions will be managed without a human. By 2020 30% web browsing sessions done without a screen -- Gartner 50% all searches will be done with voice   --...
Blog  •  May 31, 2017  •  By Scott Lozier  •  UX, Innovation-Insight  •  gamification, interactive games, trade shows, web
Have you ever watched the DVD extras where you get a peek at how a film was made? See a camera on a dolly moving in synch with the actors as they walk down the street? Or glimpse the behind-the-scenes process as a make-up artist transforms a regular guy into a cyborg? That’s what this blog is about. Ok, maybe no cyborgs. But, I will give you a backstage look at how my team created a custom interactive game for medical device company Boston Scientific. About the Game Boston Scientific wanted to showcase one of its products at an industry trade show, using a game format to engage...
Blog  •  April 5, 2017  •  By Scott Lozier  •  Innovation-Insight  •  webteam, web, architecture
You only have a few seconds to connect with customers in a meaningful way. So how do you lower the barrier so it’s easy for them to interact with your content? By employing the interface on the device the user is on. But, how do you do it across many platforms? You build a digital ecosystem for sharing assets and data. Digital Ecosystems Technology is finally catching up to digital ecosystems, an idea that been around for more than 10 years. According to Wikipedia, a digital ecosystem is a distributed, adaptive, open socio-technical system with properties of self-organization,...