It can be a huge headache - not to mention costly - to build a website and app, regardless if you use a digital agency, freelance portals, or Do-It-Yourself website builders like Wix, Weebly and Squarespace.
Whether you’re a private individual or a company, building a website or app can be a very intransparent experience, where total costs and quality of the end product is not necessarily given up front.
Wiredelta has built websites and apps based upon customers’ questions and requirements in the past 4 years, and while doing so taught an AI assistant how to deliver on these requirements. So when you have a problem or wish to change anything on your app or website, the AI assistant will be able to help out.
Should the assistant not be able to solve the problem, it will calls upon Wiredelta’s human developers to help - and learn how to solve the task the next time.
“We radically change the way websites and apps are built. Our developers have trained the AI assistant to solve complex tasks”, says Mark Dencker, CEO for Wiredelta.
This happens with the support of several KEA students’ competencies.
“Simon Hessner and Kasper Maigaard contributed to building our platform with the AI assistant. Simon played a big part i relation to the AI assistant’s foundation and natural language - without Simon we wouldn’t have a functioning prototype now. Kasper is a great graphic designer, who has brought our early ideas of the platform to reality, and we can see the users find the design intuitive and easy to use”, says Mark Dencker, who looks forward to getting Peter Dalgaard-Jensen, another KEA student, onboard from February. Peter will help ensure that the AI assistant integrates naturally to assist the users of the platform.
But why even use Wiredelta and their AI, when simple DIY solutions such as Wix and Squarespace exist?
“The problem is that you cannot gain access to your work in these “closed boxes”. Furthermore, Wix, Squarespace and Weebly are all falling behind when comparing to open source frameworks such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, AngularJS and ReactJS. In Wiredelta, everything we have ever built has been in an open source framework, so why shouldn’t our customers’ websites and apps be the same?” asks Mark Dencker, and adds:
“We do not wish to limit our users’ access to their work, but existing solutions requires the user to know code and have technical competencies, which most people do not have. Therefore, we decided to build a platform which makes it easy creating a website or app in open source frameworks. We have gathered the best themes, plugins and modules, and made it easy to choose what you want as a user making a website or app in a simple step-by-step process. Hereafter, users get access to a live editor, where they can edit their websites or apps with the help from the AI assistant”.
Wiredelta expects to go live with the new platform during the spring, until then you can sign up for a demo here.