Your goal can be to create a specific feeling to the end-user, differentiate from the competition or establish a recognizable style – a product’s look and feel has become a vital and important part of industrial product design.
We can’t argue that the functional and environmental requirements of the industrial market are more stringent, and they can add constraints on executing the visual design of the product. However, APEM’s product and technology range is wide and can, in most cases, provide you with more than one option for your need of combining a particular look and feel within stringent requirements.
The end-user. What is the experience they would want to have?
If the application is a tractor and the end-user will be spending extensive time in it, then building a cold and uncomfortable environment will make the operator uncomfortable. As another example, comfort and coziness are not what you look for in operating room equipment.
Furthermore, you can consider:
Once you have considered these elements, you can use the following design items to get you to your goal:
haptic feel and feedback
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