Hologram’s global cellular platform helps IoT (Internet of Things) devices — from electric scooter fleets, to autonomous vehicles, to smart agriculture equipment, field sensors, connected cameras, and delivery drones — access cellular service in 196 countries around the world, across 550 local operators.
Our network blends multiple carriers in every country, eliminating dead zones. All while simplifying the onboarding process with a self-service platform that cuts the bullshit and red tape of larger network operators.
Customers manage their fleet through a visually gorgeous dashboard that helps entire teams collaborate easily, work smarter, and save countless hours spent manually managing devices. Everything from our data plans to our activation flow is highly designed to make IoT deployments run seamlessly.
Most platforms inundate users with cluttered interfaces and complex industry jargon. The Hologram Dashboard removes UI and processes as a feature. Our tight user research, design, and engineering processes ensure customers have a seamless experience — from data plans, onboarding, to scaling and troubleshooting.
Hologram’s Dashboard has been designed to make it easy to dig into how your devices operate on the platform. You can “double click” into device behavior using our Inspect tool. This distraction-free environment provides a space to review individual devices or export data to further investigate in your team’s business intelligence tools.
When it’s time to dive into a single device, our Dashboard provides every detail clients need to support their on-the-ground efforts:
As part of my role as head of design, brand, and research, we launched a new design system, nicknamed Stellar. With Stellar, we've launched new consistent reporting flows, data visualizationpatterns, and integrated guidance to manage and automate your deployment.
Along with our efforts designing the best-in-class cellular platform, the design team at Hologram publishes an online journal documenting dark patterns, named Dark Mode.