Aug 3, 2011 David Lang

Promo Video: Go Deeper With Accordance

How do you communicate all the cool things Accordance is capable of in a few minutes? The truth is, you can't. But I think our new promotional video does an amazing job of communicating Accordance's elegance, power, and fun in that brief amount of time. Check it out and see what you think.


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August 03, 2011 9:49 PM

Wonderful intro. vid.

How about adding the same (videos & pictures) to each module post, so that I can get a better look at how it works, Accordance's way?

Second, I also agree with others who've posted in the forums about the current about updating Accordance to look more like a Lion app vs. something out of 2000? Start first with the Graphical Construct Window (like of Apple's Numbers and Keynote apps with there 3D experience).


Helen Brown

August 04, 2011 12:53 PM

We are working to upgrade the look of Accordance, but it's rather hard to hit a moving target. Each time we upgrade it, Apple moves again.

As for adding more visuals to the product pages, with many hundreds of products, that's an awful lot of work for us, and bandwidth for the user to load. We do post a screenshot of each module, and anyway, modules of the same type work in the same way. There are podcasts illustrating the use of many module types.

Danny Zacharias

August 04, 2011 3:00 PM

Is this on YouTube?

Helen Brown

August 04, 2011 3:20 PM

Yes, it's on the AccordanceBible channel.


August 04, 2011 3:37 PM


Regarding pics: I understand that it's a lot more work, but I'll check out your suggestion of the podcasts first before I hold my peace...

Regarding the UI: I'm beginning to see what your saying about Apple's massive overhaul, but truth be told: AS MUCH AS I LOVEEEEEE THE CAPABILITY OF ACCORDANCE (and believe me you I do fully enjoy the powerhouse-capabilities) I SIMPLY DO NOTTTTT LIKE LOOKING AT IT, and esp. over the long periods of time that I'm constantly using it!!!!!

The look of A. hasn't changed much over the years, except for incremental updates.