Clarity and intuitiveness are the values that guided us when we approached to design Inspira's ALICE system user interface.

The ALICE™ device includes several Inspira Technologies developed features and capabilities, including a large touchscreen and novel colorful graphical representation that increases the visibility and functionality of data displayed to the medical staff.

Less is More

The thought about the users' needs - the physician or the perfusionist, is what led us in the process. Our goal was to create a user interface that would not add further "noise" to the already noisy hospital environment in the operating room or around the patient's bed.

While making sure to maintain all the functionality that is required for a life-saving system, we focused on presenting only the actionable information.

Visibility = Functionality

Visibility and functionality are two crucial elements in user interface design. The visibility of elements, such as buttons, icons, and text, is essential for ensuring that users can easily find and interact with them. A user interface with good visibility makes it simple for users to understand how to use the product and perform tasks efficiently. A user interface that is both visible and functional will provide a seamless and intuitive experience for users.

The design should prioritize making important elements highly visible while also ensuring that they are functional and responsive to user inputs. By balancing visibility and functionality, we created user interfaces that are both functional and easy to use.