What do you like best?
I have been using Intuiface for over a year now, and have had the chance to make multiple experiences with the program. The more I've used it, the more I've been able to realize the different ways that we can create engaging, interactive experiences that our clients will find both easy to use and extremely helpful/beneficial. Intuiface has amazing built-in assets that you can use to create your touchscreen/tablet experience and a wide variety of samples available to download through their website/marketplace, which are often a great way to get a jump-start on your project. They also have a vast collection of web help guides and a great online community that is friendly, inclusive, and always there for each other to help find a solution to anyone's problem (whether the answer comes from an Intuiface employee or another user).
What do you dislike?
I was definitely able to get used to this, but my only complaint with Intuiface, is in their Composer program, the layers are stacked the opposite way to almost every other program I've used (especially if you're used to the Adobe Creative Suite). In Composer, the bottom layer is shown at the top of the "Scene Structure" , with additional layers displayed below as they are added.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
It does take a bit of time to learn how to create your own experiences, but once you do, the options are practically endless.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Our clients are mainly new home builders, and Intuiface allowed us to create digital versions of our brochures and wall displays, combined into one experience -- making for a much more engaging and dynamic Sales Office. Intuiface also allowed us to create these experiences and have them work on both our touchscreen wall displays, as well as on the tablets that the Sales Representatives use when working directly with potential purchasers (in the past, we would have to recreate an experience in a different way to make it work on an iPad due to the fact that our screen displays used to be Flash-based, which obviously doesn't work on iPads).