What makes a good user interface?
A good user interface that makes life easier for users is all about simplicity. The complexity of the overall process has to take a back seat. The user interface must only show the information that the worker needs to perform their task. To find out what information is important in which work step, it is necessary to analyze user behavior before designing the user interface. The insights gained from this then flow into the design of the displayed screens. We also recommend working with icons, images and characters. This makes it possible to almost replace all of the text in the user’s field of vision, or at least reduce it to a minimum. It has been scientifically proven that human beings process images much faster than text. Visual representation of the goods to be picked on the user interface helps prevent human errors and overcomes language barriers.