Vestel UX/UI Design Group presents the Vestel Huddle Meeting Room display interface in order to create solutions for today’s physical meeting room problems while designing future’s interactive office ecosystem.
Vestel Huddle Meeting Room Display Interface’s design has been awarded a 2021 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
As we shift from the physical world to the digital world step by step, energy usage, time saving and conscious use of world resources have been topics that Vestel cares about.
Vestel Huddle’s usage scenarios are designed to protect environment and reduce physical meeting requirements such as papers, folders, pens and board markers.
The focus enhancer interface design that plans and directs the user’s meeting flow processes allows users to save time with innovative and creative point of view.
Usage unity and sustainability have been achieved and workload has been reduced by enabling the user to both access third party applications through with the interface.
Huddle provides a collective and collaborative conference environment with meeting, note taking, sharing, presenting, brainstorming and collaboration tasks through application support.
While meeting room solutions on the market are only product-oriented, Vestel Huddle is solution-oriented and assumes a task organizing role for corporate companies by consisting various product and application functions.
When time is getting more important and valuable, Interface’s design language that provides directing users to take quick and accurate actions is an investment into the future.
As a windows-based application, its ability to synchronize with other programs and receive updates, allows flexibility to the user and creates a timeless, long-lasting and durable design for diverse needs.
As a digital interface, Vestel Huddle Meeting Room Display Interface is designed under the knowledge of anthropometrics, kinesthetics, and other noncognitive human capabilities is valuable for creating a product in an optimal way.
Microcopy elements such as call to action buttons, error messages, informative notifications and login/logout wireframes are positioned to prevent wrong actions considering the largest intended user group.
The frequently used elements and toolbars are placed in the most appropriate way to maintain hand-eye-body coordination of the user with being easily accessible and noticeable besides being movable.
With the layout design, it is aimed to facilitate the tracking of the eye on the digital screen and the user is centered with minimally designed wireframes.
Its construction simplifies the decision-making experience and enhances product lifetime by creating eclectic and understandable diagrams.
This attractive and up-to-date design structure provides user to explore display’s potential under different circumstances.
While Vestel Huddle is being designed, functionality is considered as a main objective of meeting process’ communication language.
In order to create this language, research insights are categorized & placed by examining the device and user interaction.
Insight based solutions such as giving frequently used categories in shortcuts, login flows on the security page and displaying the next meeting calendar with the card structure, used for creating the best user experience and identifying comprehensive consumer community.
Vestel Huddle meets the necessary needs of the users by organizing the pre-meeting, during meeting and post-meeting activities and gathering all the contents together.
Project: Vestel Huddle Meeting Room Display Interface
Designers: Vestel UX/UI Design Group
Manufacturer: Vestel Electronics Corp.