StudioRed has had considerable experience in developing user interface designs for technology companies. Industry has particular requirements for its user interfaces that are different from public devices in some ways, but in many other ways, they really are quite similar. At its most basic level, a user interface is designed to create a natural connection between human and machine. Even the most tech-savvy operators are still people, so many of the same principles apply for them.
Speed and Accuracy
When developing high-tech user interfaces, speed and accuracy are of primary importance. A lot of the equipment designed by StudioRedis used in sensitive areas, so it’s important for users to be able to obtain information and input commands very rapidly. For instance, the AMS Laserscope designed by StudioRed has large buttons and large readouts. Even in high-pressure situations, this allows for quick and accurate viewing of information that’s on screen.
Accounting for Safety Equipment
Many people who operate these devices in high tech industries must wear protective equipment. For that reason, most of our displays have touch screens that respond to hands that are wearing latex gloves. Most touch screens aren’t capable of this. For the aforementioned Laserscope, our display even works with goggles that can change the color of the screen for the user to allow for optimal visibility.
Designs that Inspire Trust
One of the most important concepts of StudioRed is the integration of both practicality and emotional resonance. It’s important that the user’s emotional connection to the product match its actual function. For that reason, designs in this industry demonstrate a preference for a clean, sterile, and professional look that inspires the confidence of the people whose lives may depend on it.