Red Dot Design Award
CaderDesign receives award for intuitive user interface for the control of operating room technology Wurzburg, August 2013 – the international jury of red dot Awards TEGRIS project of the Wurzburg designer team to Tom Cadera the red dot design award: best of the best 2013 “for outstanding creative achievements. Thus, the jury appreciates the successful combination of superior aesthetics and a user guide adapted to the working environment, which puts people at the Center. Simplify complexity in the operating room for the central operation room control TEGRIS was to develop it with the surgical staff via a single touch panel can serve a wide range of devices in an operating room a comfortable and intuitively comprehensible user interface: easy, safe and independent of the device manufacturer. All systems were operating table, monitors, patient data, and even the OP music to connect with each other. The solution of this task required an intensive collaboration between CaderDesign its programming partner, independis, as well as the principal, medical technology manufacturer Maquet. The project included concept, design and programming of graphical user interface. “The team is more about the red dot award, as this ambitious project by all involved large usage requested and always meant a reflection of off the beaten paths”, explains Chief Designer Tom Cadera. The award confirms that our concept and the common implementation are managed.” “And Hannes Schneider, product manager for OP-integration of Maquet GmbH: our customers appreciate TEGRIS well thought-out user interface.” Realistic design supports intuitive operation despite the complexity of the underlying software gives a quiet and high quality overall impression.
This is due to the spacious layout of the user interface, on the simple, straightforward forms, as well as the attractive and self-explanatory screen elements. The animations underline the modern look and feel and provide for an intuitive understanding of the control. The positive emotions (joy of use”) associated with the use of promote the acceptance by the users. Contrast-rich interactive controls and self-explanatory icons increase operating safety. Workflow uses clinical management, user TEGRIS is tailored to the needs of surgeons surgical teams and patients specifically. Each customer can customize the predefined workflow with its special daily operating procedures. This reduces the training of operating personnel and clinical management saves costs. At the same time, the workflow improves patient safety and efficiency in the OP.
A surgical safety checklist according to WHO standard, the direct availability of the required patient data and the optimized image data management mean treating the patient more concentration on the essential. State of the art technologies in use for futuristic design TEGRIS user interface is designed for stationary operation under Windows 7. For the development and implementation the user interfaces CaderDesign relies on a combination of advanced technologies: framework: .NET 3.5 programming language: c# interface technology: WPF / XAML 3.5 development environment: Visual Studio 2010 and expression blend 4.0 TEGRIS hardware designed also by the Cadera team. To adapt to new technologies and customer needs, the project is now launched in the next round of development. Learn more about user interface design: CaderDesign Tom Cadera Salman 12 14 97070 Wurzburg, Germany phone + 49 931 460660 more information about TEGRIS General: MAQUET GmbH surgical workplaces Jackson Kale Kehler Strasse 31, 76437 Rastatt, Germany phone + 49 7222 932420