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What will the Human Machi­ne Inter­fa­ce look like in the Car of the Futu­re?
| Sebastian Zang

What will the Human Machi­ne Inter­fa­ce look like in the Car of the Futu­re?

In the ear­ly days, HMI in a car was basi­cal­ly coming down to but­tons. For each func­tio­na­li­ty the­re was a but­ton, a knob, or a tog­gle switch. The more featu­res your car offe­red, the more it looked like the Cock­pit of an A350 air­pla­ne. And for sure, in order to keep an ove­rview it was help­ful to have a good colo­ur­ful...

Design Thin­king in R&D
| Robert Rychcicki, Sebastian Wieczorek and Bartosz Hajdaś

Design Thin­king in R&D

When cre­ating new pro­ducts or servi­ces, it is worth doing it based on a deep under­stan­ding of the pro­blems and needs of users. That’s the...

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| Robert Rychcicki, Sebastian Wieczorek and Bartosz Hajdaś

Design Thin­king in R&D

Design Thin­king in R&D

When cre­ating new pro­ducts or servi­ces, it is worth doing it based on a deep under­stan­ding of the pro­blems and needs of users. That’s the time whe­re “Design Thin­king” sho­uld be used. In Code­lab, we have used this appro­ach whi­le...