When there's no Internet, we all go into disaster mode, frantically pressing restart buttons and calling customer support. Our ISPs have the privilege of exceptionally simple, easy work with huge impact on our daily lives. Trego offers a simple system for viewing available networks and their transmission quality; in crowded places, like airports and coffeeshops. Trego's great interface saves you time and money.
Each network has broadcast strength, and all network devices use bandwidth for different purposes, such as videos, games, and downloading music. Trego has visual control monitors that show all data traffic, and devices connected to the router are arranged visually to show what is nearest and farthest.
The data provided by the device to the router gives a clear picture of whether there is a problem with the system, by a warning system that maps faults and prioritizes them according to importance.
To create a typographic system, I set rules, definitions, and limitations that make the design simpler. The colors were chosen to create a harmonious design template, colors that are pleasing to the eye but different enough from each other to allow users to easily differentiate between data. Different designs give warnings and alerts to shorten the amount of time it takes to solve connection problems.