GUI, Graphic
User Interface

Implementation of graphic interfaces on touch screens for control and configuration of electronic devices.

Nowadays, intelligent electronic systems require showing the user more and more information and this goes beyond a light indicator, we should also consider that most personal devices such as computers, cars, etc.have touch and multi-color screens that allow you to visualize large amounts of information with attractive designs that match the product concept.

Visual complement
for electronic circuits

Whether it is for a simple control system, a power supply or for an Internet of Things device, we offer different options of graphical interfaces:

  • Multi-colored liquid crystal screens, LCD
  • LED shades
  • RGB LEDs
  • Programmable LEDs
  • Touch screens (resistive and capacitive)

Several
Graphic Options

We design and manufacture liquid crystal displays that optimize your products by providing a personalized badge to your brand.

Custom liquid
crystal displays

Visual complement for
electronic circuits

Nowadays, intelligent electronic systems require showing the user more and more information and this goes beyond a light indicator, we should also consider that most personal devices such as computers, cars, etc.have touch and multi-color screens that allow you to visualize large amounts of information with attractive designs that match the product concept.

Several
Graphic Options

Whether it is for a simple control system, a power supply or for an Internet of Things device, we offer different options of graphical interfaces:

  • Multi-colored liquid crystal screens, LCD
  • LED shades
  • RGB LEDs
  • Programmable LEDs
  • Touch screens (resistive and capacitive)

Custom liquid
crystal displays

We design and manufacture liquid crystal displays that optimize your products by providing a personalized badge to your brand.

To request your quote for our Electronic Design Services, write to ventas@mextronics.com sending the following information:

1. A detailed description of the expected functionality.
2. Previous information on an initial design or starting product.
3. Development time requirements.