The Mintit user interface uses artificial intelligence to help people upcycle their mobile phone through a kiosk installed at malls in South Korea. Traditionally, selling a used mobile phone has been a challenging experience due to disagreements between the buyer and seller over the phone’s condition and value. With the help of Mintit's AI and the remote dialogue user interface, users can easily check their phone’s condition, evaluate the buyback price, and instantly sell their phone at the kiosk. Since Mintit’s launch, more than 20,000 phones have been collected and recycled each month.
Designed by: Inition Inc. for SK Networks Co. Ltd.
The Fitbit Inspire HR packs customers’ favorite features into a compact, efficient form factor with personal daily stats, notifications, and dead simple exercise goals. The sensors in the Fitbit Inspire HR provide real-time feedback of step count, heart rate, calories burned, active minutes, distance traveled, and sleep stages. All this data is just one swipe away from the clock face. Text messages, chat messages, and calendar reminders are displayed in crisp, simple pop-ups. Whether it be a calorie goal on a run, a distance goal on a bike ride, or a time goal while swimming, the Fitbit Inspire HR helps users set goals and achieve them.
Designed by: Fitbit User Experience Team
The Everland mobile application delivers an integrated experience from purchasing and scanning admission tickets to making attraction reservations.
Designed by: Heejoung Kim, Dongmin Shin, Kyeamin Jeon, Taesun Yoo and Kwangyong Jeong of Samsung SDS for Everland
The Mi AI Speaker-S helps users play music, control smart home devices, make phone calls, set customized alarms and play electronic photo albums.
Designed by: Xiaomi Intelligent Hardware Design Group
The ShinhanPlus mobile application integrates all of Shinhan Financial Group users’ scattered financial information, curates it and provides users with an intuitive, easy-to-use experience.
Designed by: Seunghun Yoo, Seunghee Yang and Seulbi Yi of COUX Design Lab, Korea University, and Kiboum Kim and Eunhye Yoo from Media4th & Company
Samsung Electronics needed to deliver its brand vision and philosophy for its IoT technology where every product is connected for smarter daily life. A key message of the campaign was “Samsung, Inspired by You” supported by a multimedia installation. Digital kiosks were designed to help people digest the idea of the IoT, a connected world created by and for the consumers. It enabled visitors to create their own content and send it to their screens in real time and aroused the visitors’ curiosity about being a part of the IoT world.
Designed by: Cheil Worldwide, Cheil MDLab, DaamDaam Samuso, Tamschick Media + Space for Samsung
Illumeo changes how we see, seek and share clinical information. It is a new paradigm for clinically-intelligent software that augments the skills of clinicians and redefines how they currently interface with images. Designed to empower radiologists and work for them, Illumeo provides the technology and tools that enhance their expertise and efficiency. By improving their interaction with images and enabling a rich and dynamic output for referring physicians, it increases the value of the radiologist to the clinical care team.
Designed by: Philips Design for Philips
The Milwaukee Redstick Digital Level is one of the first mainstream box-level products to offer digital-only feedback. It features pinpoint measurement technology, which provides precision results through numeric, graphic color and audio information via a high-resolution circular display. The display was designed to be read both from the side and the top. Users can select how they want the measurements displayed: angle, percent, inches/feet or millimeters/meters. They can also change the sensitivity of the mode selected and the tolerances. The interactive display guides users through all available preferences. The audio signals add a level of intuitiveness to the digital readout. The digital signal tolerances can be adjusted so that if you want something close to level, it will let you know when you get there.
Designed by: Tactile Design Team and Milwaukee Tools Design Group
For the UX design for the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R9, the designers defined three key scenarios. Full view is when the TV is unrolled from the base. Zero view is when the hi-fi speakers are in use while the TV screen tucked away. In the 54:9 line view mode, it becomes an object and information hub with a minimalist form. It was designed to maximize the space utilization and prevent the TV from becoming a black monster. It also extends the user experience from the concept of turning the TV on and watching to listening and enjoying the TV even when it is off.
Designed by: HE UX team of LGE Design Center