User Experience (UX) is a key differentiator for popular products, especially in the consumer market. Smartphone abundance and their slick interfaces have raised the bar for consumers' UX expectations.
Designing, developing, and deploying a high-quality graphical UX that doesn't adversely impact the profit margin or shelf price is a significant challenge.
If a graphics toolkit could deliver smartphone-like UX, and scale across different product lines (from MCUs to MPUs), manufacturers could drive higher sales and reduce costs.
In this webinar, we will discuss how the Qt graphics toolkit can extract excellent performance from a complete range of embedded hardware, focusing on simple microcontrollers. We will explore how a low-cost chip can substitute a higher-end board without any perceptible impact on the UX, and why this is such a big deal.
The Qt Company
As a Pre-Sales Engineer at Qt, Emmanuel's focus is on demonstrating the Qt framework capabilities and how Qt customers can create cross-platform UIs quickly. Before joining Qt, Emmanuel architected and developed set-top box customer solutions. Emmanuel is a Computer Science Engineer from Universite de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard, France.
The Qt Company
Amit is a Pre-Sales Engineer at Qt; helping a wide range of industries to build their next generation products based on Qt framework. Before joining Qt, Amit worked 12 years in the embedded systems field as a Solutions Architect. Amit holds both a Bachelors and a Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from NIT Trichy, India and from ISEP, France, respectively.