Define Tap Experience

Tap Experience refers to the content that collectors see when they tap one of your certified artworks with their mobile device. Iterati makes it easy to customize the tap experience with personalized content to educate and engage collectors.

An Introduction to Modules

Modules are blocks of content that get assembled and displayed to anyone that interacts with one your artworks via an NFC tap.

A module consists of any number of individual fields that store custom text, images, links, and more. Modules are fully customizable, allowing creators to add, remove and arrange fields at any time.

The Tap Preview section displays a rough preview of your current tap experience configuration and active modules.

Rearrange the module order by pressing the pencil icon and using the drag and drop interface.

Prebuilt Modules

Prebuilt modules are a ready-made set of modules that you can immediately begin using without any prior configuration. These modules exist to ensure that all newly onboarded collections work out of the box with no configuration necessary - but we generally encourage creators to build their own custom modules when they are ready.

The current set of prebuilt modules:

Header Image: A single field module that displays the primary image of each artwork and is used at the top of every tap experience by default.

Certificate of Authenticity: A collection of fields that describe the NFC label, the on-chain NFT, and the COA that links them together.

About The Artwork: A set of fields that describe the physical art piece.

Claim Module: A special module that, if active, enables collectors to claim the on-chain NFT twin for the artwork they are tapping.

About the Collection: A set of fields that describe the collection and smart contract that the artwork being tapped belongs to.

Custom Modules

Custom modules are completely customizable blocks of information that enable you to upload and arrange content for display to anyone that interacts with your certified artworks.

With custom modules you have full control over every field and can update/order them to tailor exactly how the module will appear to collectors.

You can edit add, remove or rearrange fields for any of your custom modules by clicking the pencil icon besides each module.

Every field has a type that defines what kind of content it can store.

The current set of field types:

Text Field: Stores custom text content. This text content is static across all of the artworks in the collection.

Image Field: Stores a single image. This image can be uploaded via the module editor interface which will make it static across all artworks in the collection. Or you can check the Use artwork image option for this field to display each individual artworks' unique NFT image.

URL Field: Stores a clickable URL to any 3rd party website or app.

Video Field: Stores a custom video URL that plays inline. This field supports streaming video from YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Twitch, and many other platforms.

Data Field: Enables you to include a custom data point unique to each artwork. This field type displays similarly to a Text Field, but the content is dynamic and based on which artwork from the collection has been tapped.

Button Field: Similar in function to a URL field, but the button displays more prominently and is useful when including an attention grabbing "Call To Action".

Custom modules even allow you to hide the module name to remove any visual separation between fields in different modules

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