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comment Why are HUDs not used more in cars?
HUDs are hard. There are multiple studies in aviation that show HUDs can actually pull the pilot's attention, causing them to focus on the HUD instead of what they should be. Some cars have minor HUDs for things like navigation, but they are subtle for the above reason - highlighting a pedestrian isn't helpful when it distracts the driver and causes them to crash. I probably have one or two of these studies at work, but I'm not at work... and it is the weekend. :) I'll post in answer form if I can find references.
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reviewed Approve Best practice for ecommerce section of product page?
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reviewed Leave Closed Whats the best way to show the UX applied to the design?
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reviewed No Action Needed Standard margins in iOS for info display
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reviewed No Action Needed Best practice for ecommerce section of product page?
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reviewed No Action Needed Touchable slider with two sliders - best practice
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reviewed Leave Open Are there any established patterns or models for haptic feedback?
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reviewed Leave Open Standard margins in iOS for info display
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reviewed Leave Open Colour combination for three buttons
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reviewed Approve Multi shapes buttons damage User Experience / User Interface?
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answered Denoting multiple values for the same checkbox or radiobutton
Apr
22
reviewed Leave Open Simple vs Childish
Apr
22
reviewed Close What is an average header height for mobile websites?
Apr
22
reviewed Close What is better for a professional News Feed… A star or thumbs up?
Apr
22
reviewed Close Should smart watches be immersive?
Apr
22
reviewed Reopen The value of bloat
Apr
22
answered Labels for cards in card sorting session
Apr
22
comment Why isn't Shift+Click able to select multiple consecutive ranges of items?
In what context, on what platform? Multiple ranges are possible on both OSX and Windows file managers. There is also no reason other than "that's how they implemented it" for a particular instance.
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Open Is there a notable correlation between UX and the granularity of gamification?
Apr
21
reviewed Reject Should I use Yes/No or Ok/Cancel on my message box?