Firepits and s'mores at Mile Rock Beach

As part of our epic World Usability Day promotion for 2014, and because this year's theme is 'engagement', we've invited our partners to send us images of things they've been finding engaging in their daily lives.

Today we get to publish an image sent from Joe at Intercom. Intercome offers a very cool product that enable easy interactions with customers, and its one that we love to use. As part of our WUD2014 competition giveaway, they're offering the winner six months free subscription on any of their plans. Thanks Intercom, you rock the party.


Joe Lambe on what he finds engaging

"Mile Rock Beach is one of San Francisco's best kept secrets. Nestled in the northwestern corner of Lands End Park exists this secluded, rugged beach with gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and Marin County."

If you have the willpower to lug your own firewood down one too many stairs, you'll be rewarded with two private firepits and a stunning sunset. The perfect place to share beers and s'mores with your friends."

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Thanks Joe —it looks like a truly engaging place.

To see more World Usability Day entry examples, check out what's been engaging us at Optimal WorkshopLouis Rosenfeld from Rosenfeld Consulting, and Sabrina Jess at Contactually. And follow @optimalworkshop to make sure you catch the competition kick-off date.


Published on Nov 11, 2014
Kathryn Reeves

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