Qu'est-ce que l'expérience utilisateur ? Le terme “Expérience Utilisateur” a été diffusé dans dans les années 90 par Donald Norman (auteur du célèbre “Design of everyday things” et aussi de la méthode de design centrée sur l’utilisateur) et, d’après la norme iso ISO 9241-210, correspond “aux réponses et aux perceptions d’une personne qui résultent de l’usage ou de l’anticipation de l’usage d’un produit, d’un service ou d’un système”.
Les plus attentifs auront noté “l’anticipation de l’usage” qui montre que l’expérience utilisateur est quelque chose de profondément lié à la psychologie de l’être humain (c’est aussi pourquoi ce domaine est si passionnant) et aussi souvent si subjectif car il me semble encore difficile de mesurer l’anticipation émotionnelle de l’être humain (enfin heureusement pour nous). "Le design ou l'innovation pensée par et pour tous!" Pour le grand public, le design est un adjectif.
Il qualifie les objets: "un beau canapé design". 5 Steps to Creating a Gorgeous Presentation. Last week, we discussed how to create a powerful narrative. Now, it’s time to take everything one step further and bring your content to life visually. Assuming you are applying the techniques we unpacked, you should now have an outline of your presentation ready along with all of your on-slide content. So, what’s next?
We start the presentation design process that includes these 5 essential steps: Step 1: Brainstorm First you need to decide what you are going to use the presentation for and who your audience is going to be because this affects design. Goal: Write down your inspiration and whatever notes you’ll need to keep in mind before starting. Step 2: Moodboards After you know the basics about your presentation, you can begin exploring design ideas. Goal: Create three different visual approaches to your presentation design, pulling from anywhere you find inspiration. Copilot - David Hotard. Project Details - Bicycle Watch Mount One Week: December 2013 Personal Project: David Hotard Focus: Innovation in Sports Triathletes and Duathletes have become extremely data driven competitors.
Knowing measures such as heart rate, distance, speed, and cadence can be beneficial during training and races. Unfortunately, the cost to have all that information on display while biking can be very high. Left: Triathletes on the bicycle leg of a race. New multisport athletes typically come from a one-sport background Runners tend to be a majority since it is by far the most popular and the easiest sport participate in. On the other hand, triathletes have a lot of gear so purchasing a new watch or bike computer, among other things, is not a high priority for new participants. In most cases, a sports watch will do, and many are even capable of showing heart rate, distance, speed, cadence, and other outputs that an expensive bike computer will.
The mount's geometry allows nearly any watch to fit. Nebulizing drug delivery / 2009 - Peter Gal. Nebulizing drug delivery / 2009 Philips Design - Concepts / EXPLORATION OF NEW INHALER ARCHETYPES IN A 2 DAY WORKSHOP.
Certain illnesses require medications to be delivered through inhalation. The precise dosage of the medication and the time of delivery are crucial for the success of the treatment just like in case of diabetes patients. Concept 1 / BranchI choose portability and speed to be the driving characteristics of this direction. Stripping down the architecture to only its most necessary elements, handle, drug chamber, and a tube for inhalation creates a clean simple look which is easy to carry around as nothing can get loose or break off. Concept 2 / Bubble Inhaler The transparent dome is a manifestation of air the pure substance that makes it work. Concept directions and sketches. Human Factors Engineering: Improving Medical Device Design to Ensure Safe, User-Friendly Medical Devices — Viewpoint — Invetech. Human Factors Engineering What made the ubiquitous iPod such a success?
It wasn't the first MP3 player on the market; it had less storage capacity, fewer features, and cost more than many of its competitors. On paper, when comparing specifications alone, it shouldn't have been top of your shopping list. There has been much analysis over the years as to why it's been such a market success, but one major factor that most everyone agrees on is the user experience: from connectivity to iTunes, the über-cool form factor, and most importantly, the instantly engaging navigation experience. In addition, there are no moving parts, unique single-thumb navigation that immediately connects with today's SMS generation, and a graphical user interface all just makes sense. But imagine if your iPod was intended to deliver life-saving drugs in a medical emergency? As with all good design, the iPod was designed with a specific purpose in mind. The Dangers of Medical Devices Human Factors Engineering (HFE)