With the growing amount of data they contain, control and supervision HMIs must, more than ever, be easy to use, allow anticipation and integrate decision support. In short, it is up to Industry 4.0 HMI to adapt to it's users and not the other way around.
Based on User Research (field observations, interviews, etc.) and User Experience Design (co-design workshops, rapid prototyping and testing), User-Centered approachs have proven successful in a wide range of industrial interfaces. From Food and Beverage to Energy, it improves working conditions but also helps reduce costs, training time, and more generally increases performance.
Aware of the importance for Industry 4.0 stakeholders to better understand these methodologies, attoma, in partnership with Wonderware Benelux, organizes a 2-day training course to introduce participants to UX design.
Each session includes a presentation of methodologies, real cases stories and UX and UI design principles. Knowledge will be put into practice through a project, from the user interview phase to wireframing.
At the end of the training, participants will know how to: