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The rise of touch screens in cars explained

Touch screens in cars are not new. In fact, the first production car fitted with a touch screen was the 1986 Buick Riviera.  

April 11, 2023Comments are off for this post.

The biggest HMI design challenges and how to solve them

What do drivers really want and expect from automotive HMI design?

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Typefaces key to reducing driver distraction

New research out of MIT shows that small changes to in-vehicle technology, such as the font automakers choose for an infotainment system, can have a significant effect on just how much a driver is distracted.

April 11, 2023Comments are off for this post.

UX heuristics for the automotive industry

Rules of thumb for in-car HMI.

November 28, 2022Comments are off for this post.

Designing human-machine interfaces for vehicles of the future

Modern HMIs are transforming the way we interact with our vehicles. A car becomes a gadget that we use in a similar way as we use our phones. Users expect a lot of HMI, they even evaluate car experience based on the experience they have with HMI.

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