cypressrobotics got their new app design by running a design contest:
Cypress Robotics Next Generation HMI for Loggers (the real ones)
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Design a revamped Cypress Robotics HMI experience. The new system will be Flutter/Android based. We need two screens to start with, the main screen that displays the key signals and status to the operator (user) and a settings screen for the joystick button mappings. It is important to note that we look for landscape mode with a 7"+ tablet only. The target users are forest industry processor head operators and not the typical tablet/smartphone app users. We use Android as a base to run the HMI system, so the design focus must be clearly on industrial design with larger fonts and higher viewing distances. Also the screen must not be overloaded with visual effects, as safety and operator distraction are important key elements in this design challenge.
We have an existing solution (see videos and screenshots) that we would like to derive from. Existing customers/users should feel "at home" when they use the revamped UI design, but the new design should primarily fit with the material look and feel of flutter/Android, though incorporate larger fonts as the viewing distance is higher than in entertainment use cases.
Cypress Robotics HMI
Main screen: - Displays the key signals/status of a processing head, it is used primarily for visual consumption, like understanding the current status of the processor head (pressure values, temperature values, active functions, eventual error states, etc.) Settings screen: The settings screen needs to allow toggling display units (metric to imperial) and to configure joystick button mappings to actual functions. We do support a variety of joysticks, for the scope of the design challenge it is sufficient to use Danfoss joysticks as seen in the existing system screenshots/videos.
What to avoid
The main goal is to come up with an industrial design that works with Android/Flutter. We are not interested in any designs that are not feasible with Flutter or Android in general. We also aim to avoid custom elements as much as possible and incorporate the Flutter widget portfolio. It is very important that all UI elements must be quite large, as the typical user will sit about 1m away from the display and not hold it in his hands, the display will be mounted instead.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. App design starts at $599.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their app design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
cypressrobotics collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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