Exploring the car user experience

By MFA Interaction Design on December 23, 2012

As part of his thesis exploration, Min Seung Song creates artifacts that document the current state of car UX, as well as speculative futures for the experience.

“Each year, New York drivers spend 42 hours stuck in traffic.“—2010 Urban Mobility Report, Texas A&M University

Here in New York City where public transport is ubiquitous, people have less exposure to some of the challenges faced by every day drivers. As a continuation of his previous work in mobile, Min Seung Song, MFA candidate and UX designer, is taking on the convergence between mobile technology and cars.

car interior, UX pattern site

As part of his thesis exploration, he’s logging artifacts that document the current state of car user experience. Car-UX is the first collection of its kind, cataloging interiors in this way.

Car-tweet exploration

Car-tweet, a prototyping showing one speculative future for the car experience, presents supplemental information for drivers using a combination of smartphone and a car’s windshield.

Don’t miss all of Min Seung’s explorations here.