let’s dev - Die Marke für wegweisende Individualsoftware
An HMI (Human Machine Interface) allows users to communicate with a machine. A simple
example would be a light switch. This allows people to control the machine, in this
case a lamp. In the industrial context, Human Machine Interfaces usually appear as
screens that are developed for modern machines, allowing them to be operated
effectively and safely by employees.
HMIs are used in many different industries and, depending on their intended use, can
have a wide range of functions. Depending on the scope of these functionalities, the
complexity of the HMI varies. Careful HMI design is therefore particularly
important. This is the only way to guarantee a high level of user-friendliness.
Human Machine Interfaces are becoming more and more important nowadays, as this is
the effective and efficient way to achieve high productivity.
Our UI/UX designers conceptualize user-friendly operating concepts and design
appealing interfaces. Together with our customers, we work through our design
process. This results in intuitive and attractive user interfaces.
We work in one of the hotspots of Karlsruhe
Our company is located in the heart of the creative scene in Karlsruhe on the Alter Schlachthof.
The Alte Schlachthof is an area in Karlsruhe's Oststadt on which the municipal
slaughterhouse was located until 2006 and since then a creative park has been
developed with cultural centers and artistic facilities.
The tenants of the creative park have joined forces since 2010 in the association
ausgeschlachtet e.V.. The association has set itself the goal of actively
participating in the development of the site and communicating joint projects to the
The site is located in the eastern part of Karlsruhe. It is bordered to the north by
Durlacher Allee, to the east by Messplatz and to the south and west by Otto
Dullenkopf Park and Gottesaue Castle. The entire site with historic buildings of the
former slaughterhouse and livestock yard is listed as a cultural monument.
The let's dev GmbH & Co. KG has been headquartered at the Alter Schlachthof creative park since 2013.
Things to know about Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe is the second largest city in
Baden-Württemberg and also part of the Trinational Metropolitan
Region Upper Rhine. Karlsruhe is the seat of the Federal Court of
Justice as well as the Federal Constitutional Court, which is why the city also
bears the nickname "Residence of the Law". The Karlsruhe Institute
of Technology is the largest research center in Germany and consolidates Karlsruhe's
reputation as an IT and technology center. Karlsruhe is seen as one
of the most important European locations for information and communications
technology. The Center for Art and Media (ZKM), one of the most important cultural
institutions in the city, also ties in with this. A total of nine universities are
located in Karlsruhe, the best known of which is the aforementioned
Karlsruher Institute of Technology. Other universities include, for
example, the University Karlsruhe - Technology and Economics,
founded in 1878, the University of Music Karlsruhe, founded in
1812, and the State University of Design Karlsruhe, founded in
We make it simple
Software makes life easier. It makes it easier to organize, communicate, work, sell,
entertain. That's exactly what we do at let's dev: We transform complex topics and
processes into direct, structured interaction. Because we combine a lot of experience
with even more curiosity, we achieve trend-setting and high-quality results. This makes
let's dev the brand for groundbreaking custom software.