Interactive Industrial Design and the Wave RTA Project – Part III
The List of DOS and DON’TS and the Wave RTA Design
When conceiving the initial design of the Wave, we had plans to make an absolutely targeted atomiser, with the purpose to cover specific needs of both ours and the vaping community around us.
Before starting designing from scratch, we created a basic list of DOS and DON’TS. With this list as our basic guide of inspiration, we have designed the Wave RTA and reached to an optimal level with the Wave RTA project.
This is a short presentation of how this list and our design progress are connected.
The List of DOS and DON’TS and the Questionnaire
As mentioned in our previous blogpost, each and every public testing dispatch will include the Wave RTA testing device and an email with an attached questionnaire. The questionnaire will guide each tester towards the feedback we need in detail, through targeted questions. These questions are directly connected to the list of DOS and DON’TS that had been our inspiration back then.
Actually, what we want to know is if, how and to what extend, the DOS and DON’TS are reflected on our final public testing device of the Wave RTA. In other words, we need to know whether the Wave RTA has fulfilled its design targets as it currently is. In short, the key points are:
and most important
You may find the form of the Wave RTA Public Testing Questionnaire here. Until the public testing begins, we will be more than happy to hear your suggestions for additional questions that you feel should be included for better feedback. These suggestions might well be included in the final form of the Wave RTA Public Testing Questionnaire that will be sent to the public testers. Don’t wait too long for these suggestions though! Public testing is due – it’s a matter of days now.
*Sketches in this post by courtesy of ThanoRaf*