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Traditional Car UI’s Reimagined

Posted by
Rob Bolt

Categories
Design, Digital

Car UI’s are probably one of the most recognised of all as they’ve not really changed too much since their conception. The needle and the speedometer could finally be on their way out if these new UI’s are anything to go by.

Ustwo said this about their new research project:

“In the course of our research and partnership with CDR (Car Design Research), we identified one fundamental and ubiquitous element in cars which has lacked an effective redesign over the last few decades.

This element is the humble instrument cluster, with its speedometer and fuel gauge and so on. We’ve looked into how we can and why we should enrich this space. We want to present the results of this, not as a complete solution, but as a viewpoint and approach to be tested, debated and improved with your feedback.”

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