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User Interfaces

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User Interfaces

Wide experience in design, development, and production of user Interfaces for appliance and automotive industries.

  • Production technology know-how and skills:
  • Plastic moulding & over moulding up to three colors
  • Rubber moulding and overmoulding
  • Soft painting
  • Laser etching
  • Traditional / SMD electronic assembly
  • Displays & inputs types:
  • Led’s
  • Digit (standard or custom made)
  • LCD (standard or custom made).
  • Standard tact-switches or touch switches.

Bitron fundamental ergonomic rules for user interfaces are:

Glare and contrast: using nonreflective surfaces in areas where the potential for glare exists. Contrast of the text to the background.
Light of sight: correct cone of vision without head movement.
Reaction and movement time: user may respond or react to some display prompt within an acceptable time period.
Icons and legends: provide contaxt-sensitive information to user.
Logic structur: logic step-by-step procedure for operating the product.
Feedback: information sent to the user about products state, operation or mode. It may be visual (80%), audible, tactile.
Display types: alphanumeric, pictorial and auditory.
Curved, soft, aesthetics: shaft orientation, soft paint
Torque force and noise: use low noise, low torque selectors, low force switches.

 

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User Interfaces

Wide experience in design, development, and production of user Interfaces for appliance and automotive industries.

  • Production technology know-how and skills:
  • Plastic moulding & over moulding up to three colors
  • Rubber moulding and overmoulding
  • Soft painting
  • Laser etching
  • Traditional / SMD electronic assembly
  • Displays & inputs types:
  • Led’s
  • Digit (standard or custom made)
  • LCD (standard or custom made).
  • Standard tact-switches or touch switches.

Bitron fundamental ergonomic rules for user interfaces are:

Glare and contrast: using nonreflective surfaces in areas where the potential for glare exists. Contrast of the text to the background.
Light of sight: correct cone of vision without head movement.
Reaction and movement time: user may respond or react to some display prompt within an acceptable time period.
Icons and legends: provide contaxt-sensitive information to user.
Logic structur: logic step-by-step procedure for operating the product.
Feedback: information sent to the user about products state, operation or mode. It may be visual (80%), audible, tactile.
Display types: alphanumeric, pictorial and auditory.
Curved, soft, aesthetics: shaft orientation, soft paint
Torque force and noise: use low noise, low torque selectors, low force switches.

 

user_frigo

user-frigo

User Interfaces

Wide experience in design, development, and production of user Interfaces for appliance and automotive industries.

  • Production technology know-how and skills:
  • Plastic moulding & over moulding up to three colors
  • Rubber moulding and overmoulding
  • Soft painting
  • Laser etching
  • Traditional / SMD electronic assembly
  • Displays & inputs types:
  • Led’s
  • Digit (standard or custom made)
  • LCD (standard or custom made).
  • Standard tact-switches or touch switches.

Bitron fundamental ergonomic rules for user interfaces are:

Glare and contrast: using nonreflective surfaces in areas where the potential for glare exists. Contrast of the text to the background.
Light of sight: correct cone of vision without head movement.
Reaction and movement time: user may respond or react to some display prompt within an acceptable time period.
Icons and legends: provide contaxt-sensitive information to user.
Logic structur: logic step-by-step procedure for operating the product.
Feedback: information sent to the user about products state, operation or mode. It may be visual (80%), audible, tactile.
Display types: alphanumeric, pictorial and auditory.
Curved, soft, aesthetics: shaft orientation, soft paint
Torque force and noise: use low noise, low torque selectors, low force switches.

 

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User Interfaces

Wide experience in design, development, and production of user Interfaces for appliance and automotive industries.

  • Production technology know-how and skills:
  • Plastic moulding & over moulding up to three colors
  • Rubber moulding and overmoulding
  • Soft painting
  • Laser etching
  • Traditional / SMD electronic assembly
  • Displays & inputs types:
  • Led’s
  • Digit (standard or custom made)
  • LCD (standard or custom made).
  • Standard tact-switches or touch switches.

Bitron fundamental ergonomic rules for user interfaces are:

Glare and contrast: using nonreflective surfaces in areas where the potential for glare exists. Contrast of the text to the background.
Light of sight: correct cone of vision without head movement.
Reaction and movement time: user may respond or react to some display prompt within an acceptable time period.
Icons and legends: provide contaxt-sensitive information to user.
Logic structur: logic step-by-step procedure for operating the product.
Feedback: information sent to the user about products state, operation or mode. It may be visual (80%), audible, tactile.
Display types: alphanumeric, pictorial and auditory.
Curved, soft, aesthetics: shaft orientation, soft paint
Torque force and noise: use low noise, low torque selectors, low force switches.