AutoWSD – Complexity Analysis of Automotive Windshield Displays

In contrast to desktop and mobile applications, there has been little research on graphical user interface design in the automotive domain so far – especially with respect to windshield displays (WSDs). WSDs are considered the big siblings of head-up displays (HUDs) and utilize the entire windshield as a screen. Designers strive for an enjoyable user experience, and they put significant efforts into designing graphical user interfaces to...

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Paper at ACM CHI PLAY 2018

2018 M. Lankes, J. Hagler, F. Gattringer, B. Stiglbauer, M. Rührlinger, C. Holzmann – Co-smonauts in Retrospect: The Game Design Process of an Intergenerational Co-located Collaborative Game – Proceedings of the 5th ACM SIGCHI Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY 2018), Melbourne, Australien, 2018 [acm]...

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News Article on the Business Relationship Management App Project

In January 2017, we started working on a business relationship management app for the company ATD e.U., which has been finished in Spring 2018. The development has been funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency in the programme “Innovationsscheck Plus” and by the State Government of Upper Austria in the programme “easy2research”. The app aims at supporting people in keeping their personal network up to date and...

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Interaction Concepts for Windshield Displays

Windshield displays (WSDs) are a promising technology for automotive applications. They easily allow to augment the capabilities of drivers or show content relevant for non-driving related activities. However, little information is available on how potential users would utilize these displays. Our research addresses user preferences for windshield displays in automated driving as well as the visual complexity of WSD applications. In a first...

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Article in INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS

2018 A. Riegler, C. Holzmann – Measuring Visual User Interface Complexity of Mobile Applications with Metrics – INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2018. [oxford university...

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