Rotating Navigation Bezel/Ring
The rotating ring allows wheelchair disabled people to easily navigate through the user interface by rotating the bottom section of the ring. It also allows blind users to navigate through the user interface in the event that they would use the kiosk. There is a headphone jack and rotating the ring cycles through each option.
Big and Bright
Tazza D’Oro is a hectic place with a lot going on that is visually stimulating. There is a big and bright AMOLED display and the bright color of the ring to draw attention to users to make it distinguishable from the rest of the environment. The big display also makes the user interface navigation extremely quick.
Card Swipe | Tap-to-pay NFC
The kiosk allows you to pay at that moment, saving time and in the event that the kiosk or existing POS register system is down, there is a failsafe which will not clog up the lines.
Many existing kiosks right now have flat fronts, which means that wheelchair disabled people need to interface with the kiosk in a perpendicular fashion. With an offset form, it allows a person in a wheelchair to go directly underneath the screen.
The interface of the Logi kiosk is a fun, usable,and intuitive interface. With the simplicity of the interface and interactions, one can order food faster than ever.
Out of Stock
Currently at Tazza D’Oro, you do not know what is out of stock until you get to the front of the line, which clogs up the line. The interface shows you at a glance what is out of stock that day.
The kiosk gives very detailed descriptions and pictures of what you will buy, allowing the user to have the most knowledge of what they are ordering. Also can allow for ingredients to be viewed.
Log in with Payment
You can tap your phone with Android Pay, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, etc, or swipe your preferred credit or debit card to get started. All you have to do after you select your items is confirm your checkout
The interface is meant to draw you in with the bold and fun colors, it helps the kiosk stand out in the visually hectic environment. It also makes you want to interact with the staff. It strives to create a fun experience from ordering to enjoying the coffee and food.
The kiosk remembers the purchases linked to the payment method you are choosing and allows you to quickly add your frequent purchases to your cart. It also makes suggestions based on frequent items.
The kiosk shows very clearly what meal period it is and how long the meal period lasts. The food changes based on meal period, so seeing the meal period is
A lot of regulars have dietary restrictions, whether vegetarian, lactose intolerance, etc, the kiosk can remember if you have a specified dietary restriction or can predict based on your frequent purchases what items you may not be able to eat or drink.
There are many international students that go to Tazza D’Oro that have a hard time understanding what is ingredients are contained, what certain items are called, how to order certain drinks, etc. The kiosk allows you to change the language to your preference.
The current system calls out the numbers that are on the receipt. People lose their numbers or take other peoples’ purchases by accident. This kiosk takes the name linked to your ID or payment method to give a more personal and accurate way to receive your food.