Below is a collection of custom resources to help you build better software, faster and easier. You'll find mobile and other popular content, analytics and reporting extensions to help better manage the visualization process, and examples that show off what iRise can do. If you have a request you'd like to see, send it our way.
This iDoc contains all the essential iPad style assets to get you building your own custom iPad app visualizations. It includes navigation bars, popovers, alerts, split view, static and dynamic lists, and much more. Inline guides and sample how to's are included to help you through the process.
This collection includes interactive buttons, popovers, alert messages, text inputs, complete working toolbars, static and dynamic lists, and many other elements found on in the Android environment.
Want to see how high definition, data driven visualizations are done? Use the Common Samples iDoc as a learning guide, or copy and paste what you need into your new project. This iDoc contains a long list of useful visualization examples that can be imported directly into iRise Studio, or viewed through iRise Reader.
Are you tired of scouring the web for icons? With this iDoc, you're sure to find the one you need. It contains 1000 16x16 icons for use in iRise simulations. Since all of the icons are maintained in a Datasheet, you can easily add your own. Searching and tagging make it easy and fast to find the icon you need. Import it to your Definition Center for everyone to use.
This iDoc contains most of the common icons, buttons, an design elements used on Facebook.com, including Timeline elements. We've included custom styles using the standard Facebook colors. You'll also find a working simulation of basic timeline functionality. Watch the preview to see it in action.
iRise Definition Intelligence software provides a collection of capabilities that provide insight into important process engagement, and compliance metrics, allowing you to better manage the visualization process.
The Activity Dashboard lets you quickly scan activity on multiple projects. The activity trends can suggest requirement convergence or divergence, and the tabular data can tell you who's seen your latest simulation changes and much, much more. It's a great tool for project and program managers. Beta release. Requires Definition Center 9.0 and higher.
Click the Launch button below and use your existing Definition Center username and password to preview the Activity Dashboard in action. *iRise does not collect or store any of your event data while using the Activity Dashboard. It all stays on your private DC.
When installed as a Project Page extension, this iDoc provides an activity feed so you and your team can keep track of what's happening with the project. See who has updated the simulation, added requirements, reviewed a page or added a comment. Note: event tracking must be turned on for this Tab to work. Beta release. Requires iRise 9.0 or higher. Installation Instructions
When installed as a Project Page extension, this iDoc presents project metrics about the content and activity in your project. It can tell you how mange pages or masters are in your project, as well as how many people have modified requirements recently (and much, much more). Note: event tracking must be turned on for this Tab to work. Beta release. Requires 9.0 or higher. Installation Instructions
This spreadsheet automatically arranges your Definition Center activity data into pivot tables and charts. Find out which projects are most active, whether or not stakeholders have seen specific pages, author activity, and much, much more. You can customize the data to find answers that are most important to you. This spreadsheet is intended to report on activity in multiple projects for shorter periods of time (a few weeks). The "Project Analytics for Excel" spreadsheet allows you to report on a single project over a long period of time (multiple months). Note: event tracking must be turned on. Requires MS Excel for Windows. Beta release. Requires iRise 9.0 or higher. Watch video tutorial series.
This spreadsheet arranges data about your project into pivot tables and charts that provide insights into project trends and user activity. You can also customize the data. This spreadsheet is intended to report on a single project over a long period of time (multiple months). The "DC Analytics for Excel" spreadsheet allows you to report on activity in multiple projects but for shorter periods of time (a few weeks). Note: event tracking must be turned on. Requires MS Excel for Windows. Beta release. Requires iRise 9.0 or higher. Watch video tutorial series.
The Activity Analysis iBloc allows you to see graphs and tables describing Studio and stakeholder activity in a project for a specified time frame. It can tell you which stakeholders have seen a particular page and if they left any comments. It can also tell you whos modified the project or a page in Studio, and when. Requires Definition Center 9.0 and higher.
The Style Checker scans your simulation and flags potential violations to your organizations UI standards. This supports the use of UI standards and allows you to catch violations before development begins. It also provides a set of guard rails for Studio users who are not experienced in UI design. Beta release.
This iDoc is designed to provide information about user activity on the Definition Center in a familiar feed-style interface. Use built-in filters to find out who's reviewed the project you are working on, what projects have been changed recently, or what a particular user has been doing. Works with iRise 9.1 and above.
The Project Start Page is designed to be a simple, lightweight, universal, and effective index for your iRise projects. It will live as the main launch point for each scenario in your simulation, allowing stakeholders to get a good idea of your project's purpose before diving in.
This iDoc simulates a CRM application called SimWeath Management. SimWealth would like to introduce a web enabled Wealth Management solution to advisors and their clients. To assure an accurate specification, business people created this high-fidelity simulation to validate the steps that various users will encounter when managing/planning client portfolios.
This iDoc simulates a fictitious retail online banking web site, called SimBank. SimBank would like to improve their customer service by improving their trouble ticket system. To assure an accurate specification, businesspeople created this high-fidelity simulation to validate the steps that various users will encounter when entering and handling trouble tickets.
This iDoc is designed for embedding in the iRise Definition Center sidebar, and includes contact information, several embedded videos, links to our e-learning courses, and iRise Community information. To deploy a Dashboard Sidebar, you must have System Administrator access. Assistance for deploying the sidebar is included within the iDoc.
This iDoc is designed for embedding in the iRise Definition Center Dashboard. It includes support and training information, links to the iRise community, and a place to submit tips or issues. Use this iDoc as a template for your own DC sidebar projects. To embed this project in your Definition Center you must have Administrator access. For more information access the iRise Help System.
When installed as a project detail page extension, this iDoc allows you to generate reports using custom templates that can be created and customized to meet your organizations reporting needs. You can use it to manage your custom document templates and produce reports (Word, Excel, PDF, etc.) based on those templates. Beta release. Chrome only. Requires iRise 9.0 or higher. Installation Instructions
When installed as a Project Page extension, this iDoc gives you the ability to add a project description and links to other important resources. Requires 9.0 or higher. Installation Instructions
Here's another ahead of it's time iDoc from 2007. This tutorial uses tables, image zoom effect, and multiple views to simulate the display of product information on a shopping site.
iRise partner id8 was always looking for creative uses of iRise. This iDoc demonstrates an early technique they used to translate a 100+ page enterprise app simulation into four languages. Originally built way back with iRise 3.0! iRise multi-language support came soon after.
This id8 iDoc created in 2008 showcased dynamic product tile view with mouseover flyouts and a fully functional Ajax-style shopping cart.
At the start of the mobile app explosion, OneSpring Solutions iRise partner created the iPhone SimDK™. It was a revolutionary complete toolkit for the design of custom iPhone applications inside of iRise. Although new content collections and functionality have replaced it's use, it was a huge step forward in mobile simulation.