Unfortunately, the language of human-computer interaction falls short for upper-limb amputees. To solve this issue, David Kaltenbach, Lucas Rex, and Maximilian Mahal created Shortcut. It is a wearable designed to translate sensory muscular impulses to the phantom hand into contactless and intuitive computer control.
There are plenty of wearables designed to help you live a healthier and better life. With so many options, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Here is a nice curated list of the top choices when it comes to health wearables and trackers - Top 10 Healthcare Wearables For A Healthy Lifestyle.
“Visuals, graphics, and charts can concentrate and present information in a way that sticks. Skill in visual communication has become nearly as indispensable as clear, compelling writing.” Why a Visual Really is Worth 1,000 Words lists out the reasons as well as when and what to use them for. Content and messaging are very important, but writing is only one medium. When it’s appropriate, use visuals to help relay and clarify your message.
from the WT UX Team
Use thoughtful abstractions and metaphors to present data in meaningful ways with which users can personally connect. – @BenBloodworth