Database servers work in the background of your network and wait for you to request or save data. In order to communicate efficiently with your database, you will need a user interface which is user-friendly, yet can harness the power of your back-end server with minimal response time.
The goal of user interface design is to deliver a product that makes it easy, efficient, and enjoyable (user-friendly) to operate a database application in a way which produces desired results. This generally means that the operator needs to provide minimal input to achieve the desired output, and also that the application avoids sending undesired outputs to the user. This can be achieved via selection lists, wizards, and auto-completion.
CompuWork Pacific has over 30 years of experience creating these types of database interfaces. We have designed user interfaces for custom Windows applications, MS Access database front ends and web-based applications. Choosing the user interface type depends on how the application will be used. Solid user interface is critical for the application to be widely accepted by the end users.
CompuWork has developed solutions for many sectors of the economy: Healthcare, Law & Justice, Financial Services, Public Utilities, federal and local Government, Transportation, and many more. Large projects and small jobs, from multi-national corporations with hundreds of users to small privately held businesses with only a couple of users, all have been served by CompuWork.