How to design for IoT smart battery dashboard
I have been working in a British leading smart battery company designing and implementing UI for IoT (Internet of Things) batteries. Our digital dashboards target both consumers and business. This article is going to walk you through my redesign process for our consumer-orientated apps (both web and mobile) using a design system and note down my design decisions.
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City, is a word that associated with hustle, but also as a net that tightly connects everyone. In everyday life, we are in the society where we have the responsibility to meet, share, talk and exchange with different people including colleagues, customers, families even strangers, which forced us to be energetic and passionate. However, buried in the rapid work, people are long for a peaceful and tranquil place, where they can stay alone only with themselves.
In everyone’s life-span, during the period of childhood, the person already started developing and maintaining an autonomous self, which is called individuation. According to the research, when people are in the early childhood, they already started distinguishing “self” and “non-self” (Kaplan, 1987). When they become adolescents, the second individuation peak occurs (Blos, 1967, 1979). While teenagers increasingly tended to the social supports rather than remaining dependent to the parents, they also began to desire for the personal space to separate from others. Finally, when they are adults, the privacy becomes one of the most significant things in the world. This fundamental demand of each might sound natural and simple, yet obviously, it is easier said than done, especially with the development of the internet. …