IoT, Privacy, Smart Cities and Bikes
Jarrett Walker talks to Gerry Gaffney about human transit, in a discussion that has many parallels for UX practitioners. “Think about the question,” Jarrett tells us, “before you fall in love with a technology.” He describes the need for ongoing education to help planners and residents understand that good transit promotes not just community building, but “the freedom and joy …
As new technologies pervade the car cockpit, Dr Michael Regan talks to Gerry Gaffney about safety, inattention, and visual and cognitive distraction. Mike discusses various types of safety technologies and the opportunities and challenges they present.
Commuters in Melbourne can get real-time tram information direct to their iPhone. Robert Amos tells Gerry Gaffney about the development process and history.
Tom talks about traffic as an “understated yet omnipresent landscape”, explores the parallels between online disinhibition and driver behaviour, and tells us about modal bias.