Vestel Huddle Device User Interface


Vestel Huddle Meeting Room display interface is aimed to create solutions for today’s physical meeting room problems while designing an interactive office ecosystem for the future. It meets the needs of the users by organising the pre-meeting, during meeting and post-meeting activities and gathering all the contents together.

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  • Vestel Huddle display interface is aimed to create solutions for today's physical meeting room problems while designing future's interactive office ecosystem. While time is getting more important from day to day, design language should provide directing users to take quick and accurate actions is an investment into the future. It needs to synchronize with other programs and receive updates, allows flexibility to the user and creates a timeless, long-lasting and durable design for diverse needs.

  • Design decisions of Vestel Huddle ease meeting, note taking, sharing, presenting, brainstorming and collaboration tasks which used to enhance user focus, correct user experience, improve the value of design and prepare an optimal practice for alternative scenarios. Interface was designed under the knowledge of anthropometrics, kinesthetics, and noncognitive human capabilities for making a product in an optimal way. With our researches the most appropriate design decisions were analyzed. Insight based solutions such as giving frequently used categories in shortcuts, login flows and displaying meeting calendar with card structure, used for creating the best user experience and identifying comprehensive consumer community.

  • As we shift from the physical world to the digital world step by step, energy usage, time saving and conscious use of world resources have been topics that Vestel cares about. Vestel Huddle's usage scenarios are designed to protect environment and reduce physical meeting requirements such as papers, folders, pens and board markers. Usage unity and sustainability have been achieved and workload has been reduced by enabling the user to access applications through the interface and use Vestel Huddle's specific shortcuts. Additionally by providing a collective and collaborative conference environment with the product, reducing the electricity per meeting is aimed.

  • According to Vestel UX Group's researches, personas and empathy maps, user interviews, A/B Tests, usability tests, observations and surveys; the most appropriate design decisions were analyzed for interface design.Product development and intuitive device learning are aimed with accurate microcopy element selections and guiding layout structure. Microcopy elements such as call to action buttons, error messages, informative notifications and login/logout wireframes are positioned to prevent wrong actions considering the largest intended user group.Toolbars, one of the main elements of the design, were positioned to fulfil the requirements of users according to the areas they directed such as main page, applications and temporary states. Interface indicators such as sensor charts, texts, menus and button states were designed by considering different usage styles. When alternative support devices such as Ethernet, keyboard, USB or mouse are used, they can be harmonically changed in the interface with the aim of create the right impression and intended outcome.