“Switching on my ears” a case study: Designing a hand held device for bionic implant recipients

A session at UX Australia 2011

Friday 26th August, 2011

3:00pm to 3:45pm (EST)

While designing a simpler hand-held device for controlling a recipient’s bionic hearing, the presenters navigated many design challenges. Working with industrial designers, firmware designers and electrical engineers, they learned as much about designing compact devices as they did about innovation in large organisations. Hear about the ethnographic research approach. See actual concept sketches and wireframes. Learn how we did it.

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Matt Morphett

User Experience Guy and Film / Television Composer bio from Twitter

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Shane Morris

User Experience Consultant, Trainer and Mentor bio from Twitter

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Rami Banner

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Time 3:00pm3:45pm EST

Date Fri 26th August 2011

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