Presented by Avient Corporation
September 28, 2022, at 9 a.m. EDT
Attractive products give users the perception of good quality and performance. But matching those expectations with a great user experience ties back to strategic and informed design decisions made during product development.
In this webinar, our expert draws on 20 years of industrial design expertise to demonstrate how usability and ergonomics can create a paradigm shift in products. He’ll walk through factors that can improve the user experience and, most importantly, how they guide successful designs that optimize grip and performance for handheld products.
You’ll learn about the key considerations in the design process – from research, to conceptualization, to validation – that impact usability. Designing a new product can often include trade-offs and compromises. But we’ll take a closer look at how to achieve harmony between user needs, design, materials, and engineering so you can create standout products.
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Senior Industrial Designer
Josh Leedle is a Senior Industrial Designer for Avient Corporation and is focused on assisting customers in their development of innovative and cost-effective product solutions. Josh has 20 years of Industrial Design experience mostly focused on the development of medical device, consumer, and packaging products. Josh brings a strong working knowledge of integrating ergonomics and human factors into the development of handheld products. He earned his BFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
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