Kalle Wallin, Lead Technical Artist in the Kanzi Services organization, will present "Best practices for agile HMI prototyping and development to accelerate UX innovation" on Tuesday, June 23, 11:30 CET.
Automotive UX innovation requires processes that enable rapid HMI prototyping and fast design iteration, from the concept phase all the way through production. Based on his hands-on experience as well as his global insights leading the customer-facing team of Technical Artists in the Kanzi Services organization, Kalle will discuss how to establish a workflow allowing frequent changes, even during development. What questions should be asked to ensure the final product feels polished and has a superior UX? What talent is needed in a team promoting new ways of working, including constant usability testing from the earliest stages of a project? As a concrete example, Kalle will present highlights from a case study with a luxury OEM whose small HMI team created a distinctive, high-quality, multi-screen UX in a compressed schedule.
- HMI development trends
- Phases of the design process
- A workflow for rapid prototyping and ongoing usability testing and design iteration
- Establishing a multi-talented team to achieve the best possible UX
- OEM case study: building a unique UX with a small team of HMI experts
Register for free
Register for the two-day event at the we.CONECT website. While we wish we could have met with you at the cancelled Berlin event, we hope you can join us online. Please feel free to contact us to discuss the topic, HMI development in general, or how Kanzi tools and Kanzi Services can help you reach your goals! Send us a message through this form or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.