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HP Latex LFP

Industrial production printer Interface

The HP Latex LFP printers are industry leading cutting-edge large format printers* designed for businesses and professionals in the signage, graphics, and printing industries. These machines use latex ink technology that offers a versatile and environmentally-friendly printing solutions suitable for a wide range of applications, including outdoor and indoor signage, vehicle graphics, banners, posters, and basically any profesional application imaginable.

For this product I collaborated on UI visual design improvements, front-end implementation and design concepts exploration for future improvements to the user experience."


Leading edge professional printing

Specialized users in production environment

The users of HP Latex LFP printers include a diverse range of professionals, including print service providers, graphic designers, advertising agencies, sign makers, and in-house printing departments.

This are advance users with deep knowledge of printing technologies that seek high-quality, durable, and vibrant printing solutions that can meet the demands of their clients or projects while adhering to industry standards. Additionally, businesses using these printers are always looking for ways to expand their offerings or improve efficiency in their printing processes, focusing on versatility, speed, and reliability.

Advanced production UI

Specialized control user interface

The user interface for this product line provides an intuitive, efficient, and seamless experience tailored for advanced users, combining simplicity with functionality to streamline printing tasks and ensure high-quality results.

Within the design team, I played an hybrid role of UI designer and front-end development, in charge of designing and implementing efficiently enhancements to the user interface.

UI enhancements

Update to the interface components

One of my primary tasks involved improving the user interface by redefining its components for adaptability across various screen sizes.

Collaborating closely with interaction and customer experience designers, we refined functionalities to deliver a better user experience. These improvements were documented using the principles of atomic design, resulting in a comprehensive design library.

UI Adaptations for Multi-Screen Compatibility

Adapt the styles to different screen sizes

During the creation of these design specifications, certain updates required immediate implementation and testing with customers. Therefore, I seamlessly integrated into the lean development structure, swiftly implementing these features within scheduled development sprints.

This approach significantly enhanced efficiency compared to traditional designer-developer collaborations, allowing the development team more bandwidth to focus on backend functionalities.

Evolving UI

Updating the user interface

Redesign of the UI by updating all visual elements to enhance the user experience, rewriting the styles to modernize the design, and aligning the visual language with the design system used across the product families within HP's product production catalog and meticulously reviewed the old code to ensure seamless integration and functionality with all related products. This comprehensive transformation has significantly improved the interface's aesthetic appeal and usability, making it more intuitive and efficient for users in high-demand production environments.

Source: Hewlett Packard

Source: Hewlett Packard

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