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Design Research Part 1: Creating Better User Interfaces

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Successful medical device OEMs recognize the importance of an early and extensive partnership with potential end-users.As the potential of the technology that goes into medical pro ducts grows, so does the need for product design features that make them accessible to users.

The drop in cost of both processing power and high-resolution color screens, for example, means they are finding their way into many areas of healthcare. At the same time, the typical medical device user in the developed world is routinely exposed to sophisticated consumer user interfaces (UIs).  Products like Ti Vo, iPods, cell phones, Apple computers, and Microsoft Windows have raised the bar in terms of consumer expectations. Consumers now have an idea of how easy it can be to interact with a piece of complex technology. Read More