Complex interfaces have become a common feature in consumer automobiles. As these systems functionality has expanded, drivers ability to interact with so much information has grown more demanding. At this stage automotive UX design is in it's awkward adolescence phase, but going forward how will designers ensure motorists can accomplish tasks while increasing driving safety?
This talk will demonstrate successful (and not-so-successful) ways that in-car designs currently happen and what we all need to be aware of in the future to create beautiful, useful designs to keep drivers informed and safe simultaneously.
ABOUT JAKE ZUKOWSKI
Jake is an Associate Creative Director at Frog Design in Seattle, WA. He specializes in interaction and user experience design for multiple contexts (TV, desktop, mobile, tablet), social media and community integration, socially-conscious work, progressive causes, and innovation thinking.
ABOUT THE RECORDING
This video was recorded live at Makersplace in Seattle, WA, on November 11, 2014, as part of the regular Second Tuesday Talk series by UX/IA Meetup. This event was hosted by AIGA Seattle with support from UXPA Seattle, IxDA Seattle, and ASIS&T.