A great product deserves a great interface
A great product deserves a great user interface. However, there are many important choices to be made when creating a user interface. Should you go for touch-sensitive technology or membrane switches? How do you ensure a great user experience? What should the interface look and feel like? And how do you keep manufacturing costs under control?
“Our ultimate goal is to create user interfaces that will put
a smile on the face of your future customer.”
We help you make the right choices
Quad Industries has been developing and manufacturing user interfaces for more than 20 years. We know what works and what doesn’t, and why. We use our expertise to help you avoid pitfalls and make the right choices for your particular application: from the selection of the right technology and materials to the way your interface looks and feels. For every project, we help you strike the right balance between design, usability and cost.
We guide you from prototype to manufacturing
Quad Industries has developed a professional approach, guiding you every step of the way in the development of your user interface, from building the very first prototype through to the final validation during field tests, from development and engineering to high-volume production runs. We help you set a target price for your user interface from the very first stages, avoiding unpleasant surprises along the way. We are open to collaboration with any of your existing partners, and have our own extended network of specialized partners, including software developers and product designers.
Technologies & Applications
With the Neo series, Henkelman is transforming the traditional packaging machine into an intelligent device. The touch panel, combined with a mobile app, opens up a wealth of new possibilities and functionality for professional chefs. Close collaboration between technology partners proved crucial in the development phase.read more
In a truly interconnected world, microchips will not only be embedded in vehicles, home appliances and health wearables, but also in cheaper consumer goods.read more
Quad Industries and ynvisible have successfully demonstrated the printing of electrochromic (EC) devices onto Near Field Communication (NFC) RFID tags. The joint demonstrators were on display at the Quad Industries' booth at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe...read more