Daniele’s presentation taught everyone how to handle the complexity of UX design for connected devices. The specialized nature of connected devices requires a change it the mindset of the developer. Essentially, IoT has its own design rules.
As you probably already know, IoT is very sectorial, and each device is highly specialized. The bridges between the physical and virtual worlds are often one-sided – the interactions are from the user to the device without any obvious feedback.
Our webinar was dedicated to teaching everyone how to bridge those gaps.
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