June 5, 2012 -- There are some common rules in the design of user interfaces (UI) in embedded systems, such as: Use common dialogs and buttons familiar to your users; or Keep it simple by limiting user activity, as much as possible, within the context of the current function. However, the design of these buttons, dialog boxes, help screens and other widgets are not always easy to create in resource-limited embedded systems. Furthermore, the amount of time it takes to develop the widgets may limit their use in a UI design and negatively impact the end user's experience. What is needed, is an easy and efficient way to create these widgets. This webinar introduces the GUI library now included in Keil MDK-ARM Professional Edition that addresses some of the common hurdles in UI design for embedded systems.