Good question. In fact, we recently released a white paper on just that topic, since there’s a lot of interesting recent research on the subject of “High-Performance HMI.” Our Engineers and tech writers did a lot of studying on the subject while developing our new [I]groov [/I]product, so you’ll find the white paper at the top of [B]this page on the [I]groov[/I] website[/B].
Although [I]groov [/I]was specifically designed to encourage these best practices, you could apply the same principles to any user interface. (In fact, most of the screen shots included in [B]the white paper[/B] are NOT [I]groov [/I]or even Opto software at all.)
Did you have a particular type of system in mind? We have some examples from a certain [B]green submarine[/B] which had a number of PAC Display screens, but those were designed specifically for a limited-space 4.5x7.75-inch touchscreen.
FYI, [B]Ben’s PAC Display Tips and Tricks in this video[/B] pre-dates our HP-HMI research, but may be of interest too.
Also, the PAC Display fixed-resolution limitation is something our [I]groov [/I]users are very happy to NOT have to worry about. But it looks like from some of your other posts you’re already using [I]groov [/I]too? (Many of our customers are using PAC Display and [I]groov[/I] in combination.) Can you tell us more about your overall setup?