Our multimedia section is a treasure trove of exciting video and audio clips, where you can find out more about emporia and its products. From films and special campaigns to TV commercials, radio clips and podcasts - you can access everything online from the comfort of your PC. So why not sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge. Ian discusses his institution's work with emporia, explaining their research and evidence-gathering to demonstrate that the company's handsets really do add value for their target demographics.
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, works regularly with emporia to help ensure their products and services adopt all the principles of Inclusive Design. This is a design philosophy that, as Ian describes, many mobile manufacturers would do well to examine. In this video he highlights just how important it is to think carefully about the end-users of mobile phones -- an area of key focus for emporia. You'll also see Ian deconstruct the design interface of a rather bog standard Nokia -- one that we all assume would ordinarily be described as 'easy to use'. It's rather fascinating. See what you think!
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, gives us an overview of emporia's Elegance handset from the point of view of accessibility. If you haven't looked closely at emporia's devices or seen examples of easy-to-use devices, we would recommend watching this film.
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, explains how the emergency button works on Emporia handsets. The key issue here is that it's not just a serial dialler -- that's no use if your primary contact's voicemail answers. What's the solution? Ian explains in this video.
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, outlines the reasoning behind accessible devices. Why can't we just given every old person and anyone with a slight impairment a smartphone and be done with it? Surely a smartphone is really easy to use, right? Not quite. In fact there's a whole raft of reasons as to why this is a rather limited viewpoint, not least the fact that using a smartphone can be really difficult for those with limited motor function. Have a watch of Ian's video on this topic and see what you think.
Ian Hosking, Senior Research Associate at the Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, gives us an overview of the opportunity for mobile operators with the audience that emporia is serving. Watch this film if you're working in the propositions or marketing departments at an operator group. Get it right with the standard emporia demographic and the chances are you've got a customer for 10 or 20 years.
The emporiaCLICK is the all-rounder amongst emporia's mobile phones. Not only does it boast large keys that are especially easy to press, an easy-to-read color display with adjustable character size and extra powerful speakers -- this flip design phone also comes with a built-in camera and the emporia emergency call function.