Welcome to ICS' December Newsletter
As the final weeks of 2019 approach and the energy of the holidays surges with excitement, we’re busy preparing for the new year and new decade! In 2019, we set ambitious goals to foster innovation and deliver exceptional quality for our customers at every turn. For 2020 we aim to build on our success. Look for exciting new initiatives from ICS in the coming months.
In the meanwhile, dig into this December issue, which includes a live QML webinar and parts 7 and 8 in our Creating QML Controls series; a UX design case study focused on industrial controls; a blog on medical device usability and FDA approval; and an article on gesture technology in the healthcare sector, which appeared in Medical Product Outsourcing.
From everyone at ICS, may the new year bring the very best to you and yours.
Peter Winston, CEO, ICS
December 12, 1 pm EST
We'll focus on writing controls and walk through a set of 17 QML controls made "from scratch." Register Now >>
A Spinner indicates progress of a long-running operation when the progress percentage is unknown. Read More >>
Start usability design at the outset, as soon as you can articulate business, user and safety requirements. Read More >>
Explore how gesture technology is improving procedures and interactions in the healthcare and medtech space in this article originally published in Medical Product Outsourcing. Read More >>
Upcoming Training Courses
ICS' Roland Krause will discuss the changes occurring in automotive UX, and how ICS can provide solutions to improve UX in the latest models. Read More >>
Boston UX and ICS are sponsoring this event that highlights the achievements of many medical device firms, providing attendees with thoughtful and practical roadmaps for designing and executing the most efficient and effective usability testing. Read More >>
Join us for a Qt Meetup at the ICS headquarters. Read More >>