Posted by Jeff Monforton on March 18, 2014 @ 12:52 pm
Graphics on an operator interface can range from very simple to extremely complex, so when creating them there are a few tips you should keep in mind.
Most automation and process control projects provide an operator interface presenting the current state of the system. These can range from the very simple to the extremely complex. The one aspect that they exhibit—perceived or real—is a reflection of the total job quality. The quality of the graphics will certainly leave a lasting impression; after all they are in the operators view every day.
Developing a guide on how to create graphics would fill volumes. Add to that, some customers have standards on how graphics are to be done (adhere to these religiously, especially when you don’t agree with them). However, there are some design points that go a long way in making your graphical screens look polished.
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