Big Screen, small details…

A session at UX London 2013

Thursday 11th April, 2013

11:30am to 11:50am (GMT)

You’d think that designing for earth-shatteringly large 80” touch screens needn’t be that different to the conventional tablet devices we all know and love. However, the reality is that the rules are oh-so-different, and you’d ignore them at your peril.

Antony and Jerome will take you on a journey when ribot worked with Tesco R&D to create their Endless Aisles project, which is now rolling out to multiple stores across the country.

They’ll discuss how:

  • The key design challenges were overcome for a device of this size
  • They used proximity sensors to limit unnecessary visual UI noise
  • To accommodate both the taller, and the shorter users, using adaptive UI manipulation
  • Search is a problem at this size, and how it was solved
  • The UI had to be designed with ease of reach, not ease of vision in mind
  • The device bridges the divide between in-store and online shopping

As the form factors we design for become ever-more-varied over the next decade, this talk will give you some crucial take-homes of how to successfully overcome the new design challenges that come along with them.

About the speakers

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Antony Ribot

Co-founder of ribot. Inspired by human behaviour, natural systems and good food bio from Twitter

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Jerome Ribot

The other co-founder of Ribot. Does puns and runs in spare time. bio from Twitter

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  • Antony Ribot
  • Jerome

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UX London 2013

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10th12th April 2013

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Time 11:30am11:50am GMT

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