NavNet Updates Its User Interface

NavNet, the no-programming home automation company, is rolling out a new user interface for owners of the NavNet home automation solution.

Calgary, AB - NavNet, the no-programming home automation company, is rolling out a new user interface for owners of the NavNet home automation solution. Called version 1.5, the new update overhauls the previously orb based navigation and provides an interface that allows quick and direct navigation between key areas of the system.



"We think the new look and design of the system is sleek and easy to use. By removing the orbs and moving to universally recognizable icons, home owners will be able to move between apps much quicker" says Nav Dhunay, NavNet President and Founder.



The sleek look and design that Dhunay is referring to was generated on one colour palette using white, black, grey and a hint of red. NavNet wanted to keep it simple, yet stunning amongst any colour scheme in any home.


The re-designed user interface operates across all platforms that NavNet currently supports including: in-wall touch panels, iPads, iTouchs and Android-enabled tablets. This update has already been released, with many installers having already successfully updated their clients' systems


To see it for yourself, or find out more information, you are encouraged to visit the website at: www.navnetinc.com.

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