Digital Interaction

BEYREP’s EQ Check-In

The EQ Check-In increases emotional intelligence in the home improvement industry by preventing users from communicating messages they might later regret by assessing the tone and sentiment of the message and prompting users to reflect.

Designed by: Grace Tsao Mase of BEYREP, Inc.

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inOS

This smart control center controls all loT devices in a home through a natural, familiar user interface with knob, touch, app, and voice controls.

Designed by: Houlong Li of Ruying Tech

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IoT Studio, One-Stop IoT Application Building Platform

IoT Studio is a platform through which users can build IoT applications to meet the requirements of various fields of IoT applications with a higher visual quality and better user experience. 

Designed by: Yunfei He, Wei Zhao, Ruihang Tian, Wenzheng Qu, and IoT DESIGN

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VELYS Robotic Assisted Solution Digital Experience

The VELYS Robotic Assisted Solution digital user interface is a step-by-step procedural guide that assists operating room staff and surgeons through setup, the procedure, and teardown.

Designed by: Johnson & Johnson Design and DePuy Synthes

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eLife Smart Home

This platform is more than just a home network solution that controls smart devices; it provides smart residential complexes, including homes and communities, with human-centric intelligence features driven by AI technology.

Designed by: Kukhyun Yoon, Juyong Eom, Hyemi Moon, Jungeol Bae, and Leezm Interactive for DL E&C

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Sage HyperCycle ML

The HyperCycle ML is a machine-learning platform for users without a machine-learning background. Users can create an AI application to improve their business performance just by following the four-step methodology.

Designed by: Wang Kai, Li Zhangyu, Tang Jizheng, Xu Yun, and Wang Wei of 4Paradigm Inc.

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Haptic - Making the Visually Impaired Feel the UI

The goal of Haptic is to provide those who are visually impaired a better experience using their smartphone. Nowadays, visually impaired users rely mainly on their sense of hearing to operate a smartphone screen, but voice reading is difficult to use in noisy environments, doesn’t provide privacy, is inefficient, and is disruptive to others. Haptic is a haptic feedback language and system that uses vibration effects to help users identify elements on their phone’s interface and access key information. This solution is more in line with the way visually impaired people perceive the world.

Designed by: Liang Zhe, Zhao YiXin, Chen QiaoZhuo, and Jin Fan of Xiaomi Inc. and Gong Yi of AAC Technologies

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SmartThings Cooking

Prolonged lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic moved dining from restaurants to the home. The SmartThings Cooking app was designed to help beginner cooks learn to cook a variety of dishes at home. This app goes beyond recommending recipes, helping users to explore different culinary lifestyles. It seamlessly proposes food-related content based on people’s personal profile and the occasion. It manages the entire meal-planning and preparation process, from menu selection to cooking. The weekly menu is presented with carefully curated recipes. Through the app, users can connect to online retailers to purchase necessary ingredients. 

Designed by: UX Innovation Group, Digital Appliances

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MIUI Nature Sound System

The MIUI Nature Sound System brings lost natural elements back to daily life. It uses a natural sound library that includes over 100 iconic species sounds recorded directly from four renowned natural habitats. The system relies on an intuitive, elegant UI to ensure easy comprehension and user interaction. Users can choose either classic, well-tuned sound presets or customize their notification system on the user personalization page. The MIUI Nature Sound System aims to integrate the diversity and wonders of nature into a heavily used technical product that is functional, pleasant, and meaningful to use, raising public awareness about our relationship with nature.

Designed by: Zhang Hanyi, Ma Jinglu, Li Xiaodong, Iris Ouyang, and Jin Fan of the MIUI Design Team for Beijing Xiaomi Mobile Software Co.,Ltd

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Mobile Clinic Module Control UI/UX

The Mobile Clinic Module is a mobile negative pressure isolation ward. It was designed to help hospitals with insufficient isolation beds in an emergency by being able to easily set up the ward wherever it is needed. It was driven by a co-creative process with medical staff and patients who will use the ward. The Mobile Clinic Module’s UI and system play a key role in allowing the ward to operate systematically and efficiently. In a complex and busy isolation ward, a well-designed UI/UX system helps medical staff work more productively. It also helps isolated patients to be treated in a more comfortable and emotional way. 

Designed by: KAIST CIDR Lab. with MAKinteract Lab. and Next Interface Lab. Inition Inc

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