Designed for rocket scientists
All Systems Go
Digimat includes several applications. The highly complex represented workflows are linked with each other and have to be considered interdependently.
Visualizing the applications accurately while differentiating between them clearly is a challenge.
For Engineers by Engineers
Our designer debriefed her e-Xstream partners on detailed descriptions of different operations to reduce the meaning of each icon to its visual quintessence. In the Digimat launchpad the icons merge into a minimalistic and elegant Flat UI that reflects the clear and analytical mindset of its users: engineers.
An Easy Path
Within the application orientation comes naturally: combining progress visualization with navigation in one tab bar lets users see their path and click the tabs to bring them there.
Precise Information to Meet User Need
When looking at individual steps the end users need precise information. In this case the use of pictograms would have been a faulty design decision, sending users on an unnecessary quest for data. The display of explicit parameters and in-place editing options however meets the user need precisely.
Our visual design works as a compass: while tackling complex tasks the big picture stays in focus and orientation comes easily. Users can accomplish the mission of testing composite materials and structures without the risk of encountering operating errors – even if, at times, they are not rocket scientists.