Interactive design of water purification products based on modern urban life

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Sijia Wang

Abstract: In order to explore innovative interaction methods from the technical level of AI, and further improve the use experience of interactive products, the author proposes the interactive design of AI urban modern life products. The author takes the artificial intelligence technology as the center, and applies the technical means to the product interaction design. After investigation and analysis of the technical means of its application, it summarizes how artificial intelligence drives the development of product interaction design. In addition, it further analyzes the application thinking and performance in the whole design process in combination with specific design cases. The results show that: The people aged 25-30 and 35-49 are undoubtedly the main consumers and users because of their economic foundation and health awareness, the main buyers are men, but women pay more attention to them, it can be seen that women have a strong degree of health awareness and sense of responsibility for their families. According to Maslow's needs theory, human needs are divided into five aspects: Physiological needs, security needs, social needs, respect needs and self-realization needs. At present, water purification products only reach the level of safety requirements, because of the design concept and technical limitations of traditional water purification products, the upgrading of products is slow, it is not comprehensive to simply emphasize the research and development of water purification technology. In the era of consumption upgrading, many water purification products ignore the social needs, respect needs and higher needs of consumers in the competitive environment, that is, the human-computer interaction mode, emotional experience of products and the sense of achievement of product use. The author puts forward the redefinition of multi-dimensional product design concepts such as traditional product interaction design methods, interactive interfaces and information architecture, and envisages the future development direction.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Product interaction design, Design application

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003288

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