Talk: UX Design for the Internet of Things
There has been a tremendous upswing in the use of IoT (Internet of Things) and web-based user interfaces. Data is the new oil, and everyone wants to collect more data on their operations. It's all fun and games while the sensors are installed and the data starts flowing in, but working with touchscreens for manual input and displaying the data in real-time can be quite painful if the UI/UX design isn't suitable for its application. Learn how to design your interface to handle everyday challenges while being flexible enough to adapt to constantly changing scenarios in the industry. These principles and guidelines will help you create an effective design as well as improve the overall user experience. This talk won't just be theoretical but will go through some practical considerations and ways to handle them, using real-world examples.
Hrushikesh Ghatpande (@thehrushi)
From Pune, India. Currently living and working in Madison, WI. Manufacturing Engineer by profession. PHP enthusiast and UX philosopher by choice. My job, as a Manufacturing Systems Engineer and UX philosopher is to act as a bridge, who translates real-world requirements and practical considerations into technical write-ups for the UI/UX developers and vice-versa. In my spare time, I enjoy photography, multimedia editing, and social networking. http://ghatpande.com