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It depends... do the people know each other? Traveling together as a group? Then it likely makes sense to have the seats face each other. Trains have this (where groups of 4 face each other) as do various road vehicles (VW Eurovans come to mine--where two rows of seats face each other) do they not know each other? Prefer privacy? Then having ...


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The Volume up and volume down buttons should be next to each other, for the simple reason that when users adjust volume they press these buttons alternately and blindly until the desire volume is set, so you don't want any other bottom to be literally in the middle of that interaction. For me this is a must. About the mute icon, I would personally go with ...


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On the bottom, and just a speaker. Photo of the Macbook keyboard fragment UPD: I've submitted my answer and then noticed you've edited the question and added pretty much same photo.


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Mute button at the bottom as this is going to be used less than your standard volume controls, and should also follow a logical flow: Volume up -> Volume down -> Mute. If this is in the middle a user could accidentally press mute which would be annoying. A mute button should follow conventional design so a speaker crossed out would be fine. Check out the ...


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This was discussed on Car Talks this past weekend. One of the brothers (forgot which) mentioned that German engineers have, for years, considered that placing it on the passenger side was superior for emergency situations when you have run out of gas and you need road-side fill-up. By placing it on the passenger side there is less chance of being hit by a ...


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My 2 cents. It takes longer to walk around the car to fill up when the tank is on the passenger side of the car. (maybe 1 or 2 secs?) If you drive 150,000 miles at get 25 mpg you will buy 6000 gallons of gas. If you have a 12 gallon tank you will fill up at least 500 times. Over the ownership life of the vehicle this can mean you waste over 8 minutes just ...



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