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Cars digital experience analysis and some ideas

The digital displays position Looking at most of the cars that are being produced worldwide, I recognized 5 different position schemas for the cockpit and the infotainment display, not considering other displays of more luxury cars. Schema 1: cockpit in… Continue Reading →

Il problema del numero civico nelle app di navigazione

Quando progetto app e siti per la navigazione, cerco sempre di fare in modo che le ricerche degli utenti siano sempre veloci, efficienti e corrette. Per esperienza, anche come utente finale, la ricerca dell’indirizzo è un momento molto critico nell’utilizzo… Continue Reading →

The navigation apps street number problem

When I design navigation apps and sites I always think how to keep users researches fast, efficient and correct. In my experience, even as common user, the address research is a real complex phase for two main reasons: 1) Typing… Continue Reading →

Migliorare i comportamenti dei passeggeri del trasporto pubblico con la nudge theory

Nell’interessante articolo The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations si parla delle tecniche adottate dalla West Japan Railways per limitare i comportamenti scorretti dei passeggeri e per diminuire i suicidi utilizzando la nudge theory di Richard Thaler. Con 13 miliardi… Continue Reading →

I 10 principi per la mobilità condivisa e la vivibilità delle città

Durante i miei approfondimenti sul tema della mobilità condivisa ho trovato questi dieci principi che ho deciso di tradurre perché trovo si tratti di una sintesi interessante e un fonte di ispirazione per tutti coloro i quali lavorano nel settore… Continue Reading →

Google monetizzerà le auto autonome come sta già facendo col web

Google ha iniziato a lavorare sulle auto autonome nel 2009 e nel 2016 ha creato un’azienda indipendente chiamata Waymo. Ad oggi Google è anche la prima compagnia ad aver messo in strada mezzi con livello di autonomia 4 ed anche… Continue Reading →

How ​Google wants monetize self-driving cars like it already monetizes Internet

Google has started its self-driving project in 2009 and in 2016 it funded a completely new company called Waymo. Google today is one of the first company that put on the road level 4 autonomous vehicles and that says to have… Continue Reading →

Tesla Model 3 agile car development framework

When I wrote about the Tesla Model 3 I focused on design , infotainment system and its pre-order success. Today indeed I write about the production approach that, reading the recent news about skipping the beta testing, is going to… Continue Reading →

The led headlight innovation by Mercedes-Benz Concept A Sedan

Looking at the recent Mercedes-Benz Concept A Sedan, I was impressed by the led headlamps colour. At first I thought that it was only a show car like other concept at the Auto Shanghai Motor Show, but then its design… Continue Reading →

The biggest problem of the level 3 self-driving cars are the drivers

I’m following the evolution of the self-driving technologies with a lot of interest. Many automotive companies say that by 2020/2022 they will commercialize autonomous cars that will reach the level 4 or 5 of the SAE International Automated Driving standards…. Continue Reading →

Self-driving bus service models and passengers User Experience

In the last months automotive world is talking a lot about autonomous and self-driving vehicles both for private and public transportation. During my day researches one day I found the exciting call for collaboration for Olli, the self-driving vehicle produced by Local Motors…. Continue Reading →

Tesla Model 3 design and market success

Internet has already posted a lot about the new Tesla Model 3. I want to say something since the launch’s day, but first to start writing down this post, I read dozens of articles and their comments for understanding exactly… Continue Reading →

What kind of car Generation Z will buy?

A research conducted by Cox Automotive for two of the biggest car shopping and research websites in the US, Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book, describes the purchasing intention of the Generation Z. Generation Z is composed by young that are actually between 12… Continue Reading →

Drivin’ – Car Pooling and Neighbourhood social platform

Drivin‘ is a Car Pooling and Neighbourhood social platform that I designed almost three years ago for sharing car’s rides with people that have similar transportation needs, and for creating a trusted network for empowering the local sharing economy. I presented the… Continue Reading →

How important is the Radio in your car? Radioplayer and BBC research

The recent research “Great cars need great Radios” conducted in UK, Germany and France by Radioplayer and BBC reports that: Essential: 82% of drivers would not consider buying a car without a radio Dominant: 75% of all in-car listening is… Continue Reading →

The inspiring “Driving Paradox”

I work in Digital Communication and I’ve worked on the functional & user experience design of websites, mobile applications, advergames, digital signage systems and info kiosks. I love cars and motorcycles since when I was a child. I remember very… Continue Reading →

Google’s project Soli – An Android feature and an industrial machineries innovation

Soli is a Google’s Project that enable users to interact with digital devices without touching them. Nothing really new, except for the hardware technology that concentrates everything in one small “piece of sand” on the electronic device board. Using the… Continue Reading →

The Drivin’ project

I love to design even if I don’t know how to develop my projects because I can’t code. I’ve hundreds of sheets full of ideas, functional requirements and wireframes, but writing them down is really time consuming and I’ve never… Continue Reading →

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