Client:  Abiomed   Project:  Symphony User Interface Design
       
     
 The Symphony device is a minimally invasive implantable heart pump designed to slow the progression of heart failure and help the heart heal. Because Symphony is primarily used in critical situations, the goal was to develop an interface that displayed all options and variables at a glance, allowing for quick adjustments as necessary.
       
     
 All functionality was reduced to two buttons and four tabs, allowing quick access to each of the consoles functions.
       
     
 Bright green and red give instant feedback as to on and off states. This gives the clinician the ability to quickly tap and move on.
       
     
 Sliders control fine settings.
       
     
 Client:  Abiomed   Project:  Symphony User Interface Design
       
     

Client: Abiomed

Project: Symphony User Interface Design

 The Symphony device is a minimally invasive implantable heart pump designed to slow the progression of heart failure and help the heart heal. Because Symphony is primarily used in critical situations, the goal was to develop an interface that displayed all options and variables at a glance, allowing for quick adjustments as necessary.
       
     

The Symphony device is a minimally invasive implantable heart pump designed to slow the progression of heart failure and help the heart heal. Because Symphony is primarily used in critical situations, the goal was to develop an interface that displayed all options and variables at a glance, allowing for quick adjustments as necessary.

 All functionality was reduced to two buttons and four tabs, allowing quick access to each of the consoles functions.
       
     

All functionality was reduced to two buttons and four tabs, allowing quick access to each of the consoles functions.

 Bright green and red give instant feedback as to on and off states. This gives the clinician the ability to quickly tap and move on.
       
     

Bright green and red give instant feedback as to on and off states. This gives the clinician the ability to quickly tap and move on.

 Sliders control fine settings.
       
     

Sliders control fine settings.