Research sheds light on future user experience


Car Design News talks to trained pyschologist and UX designer Guido Meier-Arendt about a recent study on shaping a positive user experience 

The task of operating a car is evolving from where the human is in control to more of a shared experience between man and machine.

An increasing number of tasks delegated to a computer – not only entertainment functions that can be handled by voice or gesture control but also the active safety features that play more of an autonomous function. Indeed, the human-machine interface (HMI) is becoming increasingly balanced between man and driver.

And although self-driving still seems quite some way off, the emergence of…

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