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8/28/2013 07:35 AM EDT
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junko.yoshida
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Re: so many buttons!
junko.yoshida   8/28/2013 11:41:57 AM
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Exactly, Caleb. That (and giagantic display in Tesla's model S) was my original impedus to look into this.

 

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so many buttons!
Caleb Kraft   8/28/2013 10:53:49 AM
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Many of these just seem so cluttered and overly complicated. I hope that we can cut down on the button explosion and start moving towards more ellegant and intuitive designs.

I rode in the ModelS, and while they have cut down on the clutter with that giant screen, the screen itself is quite ugly. I think they may be on the right track though, it just needs som erefinement.

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