JONA RAMMLER | DESIGN 足E R + THINKER
DESIGN INTERACTIONS DESIGN THINKING VISIONS
Open Fields Design Hamburg Industrial / UX Design 04/2014 to now
Siemens AG Erlangen Studies: Usecase Development 09/2011 to 02/2012
Muthesius Academy of Arts Kiel Master of Arts in Industrial Design 2011 to 2014
German: native speaker English: fluent French: basic
Essential Inc. Boston Internship Industrial Design 04/2013 to 08/2013
Miele Professional AG Guetersloh Studies: Design Research Project 09/2010 to 02/2011
China Academy of Art Hangzhou Intercultural Design Project 05/2010
DLR Munich Student Traineeship 04/2012 to 08/2012
Draeger AG Luebeck Studies: Interaction Design Project 03/2010 to 07/2010
Muthesius Academy of Arts Kiel Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design 2008 to 2011
Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe After Effects Adobe Indesign Solid Works (advanced) Rhino (basic) Cinema 4D 3D Studio Max / Vray Keyshot 5 Axure Makerbot Replicator
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01 UX RESEARCH
05 ID / GUI CONCEPT
08 NORMATIVE SCENARIO
Designing usecases for tomorrow’s human-robot interaction
A GUI TO BOOST THE PLACEBO EFFECT
TELLING A STORY TO COMMUNICATE FUTURE NEEDS OF CARGO SECURITY
02 GUI DESIGN
06 UX RESEARCH + ID
09 PRODUCT INNOVATION
TRANSFERRNG ALLERGY TESTS INTO THE DIGITAL AGE
IMPROVING EFFICIENCY ANDWORKFLOW WITH A NEW DENTAL TRAY SYSTEM
Designing A CASE TO SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE
03 DESIGN VISION
07 INTERACTION DESIGN
10 UI DESIGN
...About tomorrow’s mammography for siemens
Designing AN INTUITIVE LIFE-SAVING APARUTUS IN CASE OF GAS DETECTION
Designing A USER INTERFACE FOR THE PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL US
04 GUI / APP A UI for smartphones to help people ensure their daily medication
01 UX RESEARCH Designing usecases for tomorrowâ€™s human-robot interaction
Where is a human-robot interaction beneficial in a hospital setting?
Departments in todayâ€™s hospital
Step 1 Analyse
manual cleaning, disassembly
Step 2 EVALUATION
human human interaction
Human object interaction
Analyze the work in todayâ€™s clinical departments.
Design a robot to assist in the organization of cleaned instruments.
sterile supply department
assembly of trays
Quality Control & Maintenance
Introduce an all-new robotic assistant for the sterile supply department.
Interaction through gesture control and visual feedback.
The research is brought to life by a precise robot design.
project description The semi-static coworker robot (CWR) is completely programmable to handle the process of sortation in the sterile supply department of a hospital. The CWR cleans and sorts surgical instruments, freeing the medical technologist to do quality control and maintenance of instruments, thus improving overall workflow efficiency and hygiene of the hospital. The medical technologist activates the robot unit by touch interface and defines the workspace and target area with hand gestures. Autonomously, the robot then picks through the instruments and places them in trays based on a wireless data system. At the end of the process the CWR visualizes through its interface the successful completion of the sortation task. Through its intuitive ability to learn from the gestures, CWR can be used in many tasks related to the daily requirements of the sterile supply department. project: student traineeship
period: six month, 2012
02 GUI DESIGN TransferRing allergy tests into the digital age
03 DESIGN VISION ...About tomorrowâ€™s mammography For Siemens Project Movie http://vimeo.com/80551158
04 GUI / APP A UI for smartphones to help people ensure their daily medication
05 ID / GUI CONCEPT A GUI to boost the placebo effect
How can we make use of the placebo-effect in medication?
Design a new medication tracking and feedback system that supports the placebo effect.
People have always believed in the power of healing.
Impact scales provide a visual representation of the medicineâ€™s effect to the patient.
current impact of drugs
Know what youâ€™ve taken and gain peace of mind.
project description A trust and belief in the effectiveness of a medication has been scientifically established to have a positive effect on the impact of taking the drug. MedAssist is a patient-centered dispenser which reinforces the positive placebo effect in daily home-medicine applications. The device automatically dispenses medications at the time they should be taken and subsequently displays to the patient the effect of taking the drug with the virtual impact scales. These diagrams essentially show the level of active ingredient in the patientâ€™s system, depleting over the course of the day until each delivery of a tablet, at which time the scales replenish. Every morning the clinical staff changes a secure 24h-tablet-reservoir ring, customized for each patientâ€™s daily medication needs. An integrated chip in the device confirms the reservoir ring is associated to the correct device and patient identification. In the field of home care the nursing service brings the ring tablet reservoir to your house on a daily or weekly basis, depending on the patient and the medications to be dispensed.
period: three weeks, 2012
06 UX RESEARCH + ID Improving efficiency and workflow with a new dental tray system
How can we optimize the dental sterilization process?
Eliminate cross contamination and increase efficiency.
Imagining a new workflow for the dental assistant.
A dental tray, compatible with all devices related to the process.
New handling and compatibility.
A holistic dental hygiene system.
project description The aim of this design project was to optimize workflow in a dental surgery office, given the intense logistical, handling, cleaning, and sanitation demands for their instruments. Through observation of the processes in the dental surgery room was the starting point for a user-centered design approach. To get to know the daily work of the medical secretary we visited and documented several dental surgeries. Ultimately, all insights were included in the design of a novel tray system for dental instruments, creating an intelligent and streamlined process for cleaning and sanitation. The integration of the devices used and the people who work with them was the main challenge in this project.
period: 3 month, 2010 team: four students
07 INTERACTION DESIGN DESIGNING AN INTUITIVE LIFE-SAVING APARUTUS IN CASE OF GAS DETECTION
How can you make the work in confined spaces saver?
Three breaths to live.
Visual alarm placed in the mouthpiece.
project description Workmen need to feel safe to do a good job, and if working in a dangerous environment within confined spaces, their equipment forms the basis of a successful rescue if thereâ€™s an emergency. In this concept, the focus is given to the research of the usability of gas detection devices and breathing protection apparatuses. The detection of toxic gases and the implementation of safebreathing device are closely connected. The Saver 360 combines both elements in one device and supports the workmen in case of an emergency. To be sucessful in case of a gas alarm the workman has to put on his breathing protection within three breaths. The element which provides the oxygen emits a visual signal so the workmen can react more quickly and a faster rescue becomes possible.
The best way to understand it: do it. period: four month, 2010 team: two students
08 NORMATIVE SCENARIO TELLING A STORY TO COMMUNICATE FUTURE NEEDS OF CARGO SECURITY Project Movie http://vimeo.com/63867930
What is the future of security scanning processes?
Avoid a bottleneck in the system.
Create a scan system integrated into the current cargo loading process.
A future cargo terminal with easy access to the contents of suspicious containers.
A story to communicate the depth and complexity of the case.
project description In this project in cooperation with Siemens AG the focus was on the application and scenario development for a new particle acceleration technology in cargo logistics. The result of the design process was a narrative and normative scenario which tells a story about a person who works in a future cargo terminal including the new security scan system which basically enables the staff to access easily to suspicious containers. project: cooperation
period: four month, 2011
09 PRODUCT INNOVATION DESIGNING A CASE TO SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE
How can we combine different waysections into one continuous flow?
frame for bicycle
Defining all new handling qualities.
project description „Link“ is a modular transport-carrier system to support urban mobility by connecting people‘s waysections into one continous flow. Link is a case concept which consists of three parts: One extractable case, a trolley and a frame for the bicycle. Each part refers to one way of moving carrying, pulling or riding. The interface is designed for flexibility, thus it is possible to connect the parts to each other by clicking them together. By unfolding a textile between the two hardcovers its volume increases.
project: product design period: three month, 2009
10 UI DESIGN DESIGNING A USER INTERFACE FOR THE PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL USE
Paper-prototyping of a user interface and its operating sequences
unfortunately user interface design clientwork is strictly confidencial and not allowed to show in this portfolio
JONA RAMMLER 2015
Published on Apr 23, 2015