Showing 14 ideas for tag "ux"

Safety

Music volume fade in after phone call

The Model 3 sound system is just brilliant. I like hearing my favourite sound sometimes a little bit loud. But did you ever get a phone call in such a situation? What comes after the call will blow your mind out of the head. 😳

The proposal is simple to fade in the volume after a phone call slow and smoothly and therefore protect your ears and make sure that you stay on the road when this happens.

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Safety

When Hold is engaged, turn 0 speed indicator Blue with H in it

When using the Hold feature at stoplights, it can be hard to see the white, small H indicator that shows Hold is engaged. On some occasions it isn't engaged. By changing the color of the 0 mph speed indicator and possibly add a small H inside it, the driver will have a much clearer and safer confirmation that Hold is actually engaged.

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Touchscreen

touchscreen display simplification

For drivers who need reading glasses the current Model 3 screen is a safety hazard - can the display be simplified or options provided to enhance specific data elements?

Without reading glasses on, I cannot read some of the popup warnings at a glance (as I hope they were intended to be). The phone, radio station and other music info is also minimally ledgible for me. I cannot wear the reading glasses while driving as... more »

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Convenience

Open the dashboard box directly from the home screen Unverified Translation

To be able to open the glove box directly, without opening a mnu first.

For example:

- In parking position, open the glove box from the car display, just like the boot lid / front cover.

- While driving via button bar at the top.

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Touchscreen

Ways to Reduce Range Anxiety

-Don't constantly show the nominal range (e.g., the current UI) — it causes worry & isn't accurate
-Periodically fade-in / fade-out projected range, calculated using the average of the 5- and 15-mile avg power consumptions
-Determine if need to show range every 3 minutes, based on whether a significant change in consumption has occurred (or if it's been >10 minutes since last shown)
-If projected range needs to be shown... more »

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Convenience

Vertical music scroll

Suggestion is to use the right button on the steering wheel for vertical scrolling usage in the music player.
So for much safer scrolling to the music / album suggestions in Spotify or the available list of radio stations. Without having to leave the right hand from the steering wheel. The left scroll button is of course for the volume. So why not make use of the right steering wheel button. For vertically scrolling... more »

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Mobile App

Skip/Rewind Podcast with buttons on steering wheel

At this time, the buttons on the wheel will skip to the next podcast. This isn't very helpful at all. When listening to a long podcast, the infotainment system will often lose your place when you finish your drive. It would be nice to have it begin where it left off. Since it often doesn't do that, it would be nice to be able to jump forward in programmable steps like 15 or 30 seconds rather than trying to use the progress... more »

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Touchscreen

Intelligent address selection in Navigation

Whenever I start typing a street name in the Navigation, it suggests names, which is great.

My problem is, that Selecting such a suggestion means that the street name is selected and navigation starts - without giving me an option to put in the house number.

Result:

I can either type in the entire thing manually: VeryLongStreetNameThatMightEvenBeDifficultToSpell 1234

Or:

Accept navigation to a random spot on above... more »

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