The LabVIEW UI of Your Dreams

March 25, 2024, 21:00 – 21:45 UTC
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Often, the LabVIEW front panels we use day after day are far from a “dream UI,” and we’ve all seen some nightmare UIs. In this

session, we’ll use a high‐minded design philosophy combined with practical developer checklists that you can apply to make your

interfaces more functional, consistent, professional, and dreamy.

Hunter Smith

Hunter is a staff software engineer at JKI who's been using LabVIEW for over 17 years. Hunter got his start in LabVIEW at NI as an applications engineer and K-12 engineering specialist working with myDAQ, LEGO, FIRST and and founded the youtube channel WaterlooLabs. Hunter spent 7 years as a software engineer for SpaceX working on everything from rocket engine test stands, to user interfaces for astronauts. Now at JKI, Hunter works with a huge variety of customers in aerospace, biomedical, and semiconductor to solve hard problems with LabVIEW. Hunter is passionate about clean code, UX design, good documentation, and well automated devOps.

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