For the product design of the Weigl VITMAX Homelift », our UX/UI design » team worked together with our product design » team to create a suitable user interface design for the display as well as various operating elements of the lift.
Display with widgets
The 10” screen (246 x 165 mm) is mounted at eye level at approximately 1600 mm above floor level. Information displayed includes:
- Floors – as required. In 40% of the installations, there are three stops which are displayed (basement/garage – ground floor – upper floor), in 20% of the installations there are only two stops
- Direction of travel
- Obstacle in the doors (via light grid)
- Emergency mode (with battery operation, therefore with 50% lighting)
- Content/info tailored to the interest of the user can be displayed via a selection of widgets.
- Examples are weather information, music or news
- Our UX/UI team developed an icon series for the user interface design. The easily comprehensible icons facilitate operation and convey a modern impression.
The lift control panel is accessible for wheelchair users and is placed at approx. 1100 mm above floor level according to the standard.
Display and operating elements
The 2.8” display for operating the lift has a field of vision of approx. 43 x 57 mm and is mounted at a height of approx. 1100 mm above floor level, which is suitable for wheelchair users. It works in combination with 1-2 illuminated buttons.
The design of the external operating elements depends on the building and is largely determined by the architect or owner. Mounting is possible horizontally and vertically.
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