Driver assistance systems aim to enhance the convenience and safety of driving. This can be achieved through good UX design and considering cultural differences.
As digital information spaces augment physical places, new location-based services will emerge for riding cabs, as well as many other civic, urban, and commercial experiences.
Study of user communities that make up the air traffic control system and the information, navigation and communication technologies they use.
The availability of Sync and voice recognition technology in vehicles, although not perfect, enable drivers to interact with their mobile devices in a safer, less distracting manner.
Awareness of perspective and the implications of mental rotations are needed when making different kinds of maps and way-showing, affecting our sense of direction daily and in emergencies.
Wayfinding design, a combination of signage with spatial structures, must be a collaboration between urban planners, urban/architectural designers, and visual communication designers.
A challenge for designers is to improve user experiences with public transportation to encourage people chose public transportation over cars and help reduce carbon emissions.
Guidelines for developing useful and usable recommendations—that is, recommendations that are likely to be accepted, implemented, and that significantly improve the system.
A concern for cyclists is access to safe and convenient parking. Development of a comprehensive range of parking products is facilitated by listening to cyclists’ needs.
Cursing the driver who swerved in front of you is one thing, but cursing at your own car is quite another. It may become increasingly common as cars take on an ever-expanding role of keeping those in the driver’s seat driving safely.