As an Industrial Designer at ProGlove for the last five years, I have been responsible for the design of our barcode scanners, wearable textiles, and various accessories. I work with product owners and managers to frame new hardware products and with engineering teams to bring them to reality and ensure the design intent is maintained. I have supported on various UX projects and have had the chance to apply the design thinking process to digital products as well. My main areas of interest are in the front end of the design process, including problem statement framing, ideation, early prototyping, and customer validation.
Blue Track Online Agenda, 09.00-17.00
Defining Hardware & Software Products Through Low-fidelity Prototyping
"If you are not embarrassed about your prototype, you are showing it too late." This quote best describes the ProGlove Design Team's hands-on approach to defining both hardware and software products. Join this talk to gain insight into how we make the fuzzy front end of product development tangible by utilizing low fidelity prototypes and getting customers involved as early as possible. Learn how this "show, don't tell" approach helps us gather early user feedback while also framing technical requirements for new products.