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To be transformational, IoT medical and health-centric devices must deliver an intuitive and compelling user experience.
In part 4 of our series, we walk you through implementation of a slider. Take a look.
Ensure your app is blooper-free by applying the principles of heuristics.
Trade Show Win: How Boston Scientific Used an Interactive Journey Through the Small Intestine to Engage Physicians
Gamification paid off for Boston Scientific. Here's how we built the interactive game.
Designers and developers approach the same problems from different vantage points. For a successful collaboration, adhere to these 3 guidelines.
The Difference Between Connected Devices that Simply Look Cool and Those that Truly Improve Your Life Lies in the User Experience
To truly help people, connected devices — including medical devices — must deliver a well-designed user experience.
We're often asked in our training classes how to set up the Qt Creator IDE for embedded development using the Yocto framework. Here's a tutorial.
Consumer electronics and medical device development teams have different priorities. Match your team to your goal.
In part 3 of our series, we're implementing a switch. Here's the walkthrough.
Design thinking is hot. Apply it anytime, anywhere to show your clients you understand their goals.
Like working in Linux but have to use Windows? Try out WSL. It offers a Linux-like environment, including the ability to run scripts and tools.
People are busy. Distracted. To get them to engage with your content, make it easy to consume by leveraging your digital ecosystem.