We consider the entire user interface - consisting
consisting of hardware & software.
We develop and design user interfaces according to the Human Centered Design process, which places the user at the center of a development, but also takes into account hardware-side ergonomic guidelines and the appearance of your company. This allows us to design all interfaces of a product - from the hardware-side button, the gripping and service areas to the touch and software interaction. We call this holistic approach UX720°.
In close dialog with your application experts, our interface designers and usability experts develop sophisticated user interfaces that combine creative design, intuitive user guidance (usability) and forward-looking trends.
We evaluate the results together after each iteration loop. The design phase is only started with a tested concept in order to save development efforts later on.
When the term user interface is used, many people only think of graphical user interfaces for software. Instead of this restrictive definition, we at BUSSE see the user interface in its original sense - i.e. much more than just software and touch screens. By taking a holistic view of all relevant touch points, all elements are categorized according to their functions: Manipulation, Display and Sustentation. This is the only way to ensure that the best possible user interface elements are selected to meet all the requirements of manufacturing, the device environment and the ergonomics of the user.
With UX720°, the user interface is therefore not considered in a vacuum. Instead, the device to be developed and the application scenarios are first analyzed in their entirety and only then, in a second round based on the analysis, are implemented in the perfectly coordinated interface. In this way, we ensure that all touch points are seamlessly integrated into the device and that the overall impression of the device is as if from a single mold, in order to get the maximum out of the hardware and software.
+ Check existing system
+ User groups / personas
+ Context of use
+ Use scenarios
+ User Requirements
+ Use cases, Flow charts & Menu structures
+ Wireframes & Mockups
+ Low & High Fidelity Prototypes
+ UX-Writing / Microcopy
+ Sketch, Adobe XD, Axure
+ Testing of existing systems
+ Validation of a development step
+ Usability tests (formative/summative)
+ Expert reviews
+ Planning, organization, execution and evaluation
+ Screen design / Icon design
+ Animation & Interaction concepts
+ Product animation & 3D renderings
+ Styleguide creation
+ Augmented Reality Experiences
+ Adobe XD, Sketch, Illustrator, Solid Works & After Effects
We fully master the tools for the user-centric development process. We create Clickdummies with Axure and Adobe XD. We create screen and icon designs with Adobe Creative Suite or Sketch. Animations with Principle or After Effects.
The new generation of MF and HF generators for induction heating technology was supported by BUSSE in the area of interface development. The result is the EEi² (EMAG eldec Intuitive Interface). This interface can be operated as easily as a smartphone.
RATIONAL AG from Landsberg has been developing multifunctional kitchen appliances for over 40 years and, as the world market leader, relies on BUSSE Design+Engineering as its development partner.
The areas of application of the Pistenbully require concentration, which is why the operation must be so simple and intuitive that the driver can concentrate on the essentials. A good example of screen design that meets requirements.
Whether on laptop, tablet or smartphone: Röhlig's booking portal cuts a fine figure on all devices. Due to the responsive design, the software dynamically adapts to the running environment and thus enables the best possible experience in each case.
Many companies trust in the cooperation with BUSSE Design+Engineering.
Let the countless success stories convince you too.
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