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Mississippi State University chooses Storyboard to deliver award-winning in-car HMI

By Jennie on Nov 26, 2014 11:21:19 AM

When we learned that Mississippi State University (MSU) was evaluating Storyboard Suite to design and develop a fully integrated center stack in the EcoCAR 2 competition, we were thrilled to support them in such an exciting and innovative project. The EcoCAR series is a Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition that provides university students hands-on experience with completely overhauling a vehicle to reduce its environmental impact, while retaining or enhancing its functionality and performance. As part of the challenge, the rising stars behind tomorrow's technologically savvy vehicles were also tasked with developing a new media-rich center stack unit. In-car Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) are becoming increasing common and evolving rapidly, both from a technology and design standpoint. The best HMIs enhance, not disrupt, driver experience and are intuitive and attractive from a design standpoint. It was exciting for Crank to see MSU tackle this challenge with enthusiasm and a keen design eye, and to be part of the future of in-car HMI design.

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From Photoshop PSD to iOS application

By Jennie on Jul 7, 2014 2:52:35 PM

The best tool for any job is the one that allows you to work most efficiently and effectively, and when it comes to creating stunning graphics and interfaces, Photoshop is the design tool of choice for many user interface (UI) designers.

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Weather Station Part 2 - System Architecture

By Thomas Fletcher on Aug 2, 2010 3:14:04 PM

This is the second post in a series discussing the development of a home weather station using Storyboard as the embedded user interface.

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Weather Station Part 1 - Initial Design

By Thomas Fletcher on Jul 29, 2010 2:14:49 PM

This post is the first in a series that will walk through a complete embedded application design using Storyboard for the user interface component.
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