Bringing in the Best of the Web
It’s been a frustrating reality of advocacy for a long time now. And we’ll admit, we weren’t exactly helping things for the last few years. While we delivered more than 25.5 million messages to the hill in 2011, we did so with a clunky interface, one with a singular goal in mind – to allow your users to deliver their opinions to the Hill.
The problem is, or good news for the rest of us, the web continued to evolve as Capwiz marched on delivering messages to Capitol Hill. It’s with that in mind that we created CQRC Engage.
I know I’ve mentioned it before, but the idea behind CQRC Engage was to bring the best of the web into the advocacy world. For far too long users have been booking trips with Kayak, Expedia, etc. in a simple, easy to use way. The UX was there, the popover/modals, the ease-of-us – all things missing from almost all apps in the advocacy world.
We set out to change that around this time last year, and look to continue to innovate and bring in the best of the web with each and every release.
Check back here over the coming weeks as we detail a few of the features of CQRC Engage. For now I’ll leave you with a quick preview. Think Bringing the Best of the Web to advocacy.