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INTERFACES

OPPORTUNITY

-Pittsburgh successfully replaced antiquated parking meters with automated multispace parking kiosks in 2012. The appearance and interfaces  were updated too.

-Although pay-by-plate simplifies parkinga and enforcement, and new parking kiosks are more convenient for people with disabilities than before, there are still some problems.

OBSERVATION

-For example, the screen on the kiosk is 146cm tall. Many female adults feel inconvenient when operate the kiosk. What’s more, the screen angle cannot be changed, user has to look at the screen at a very specific angle in order to get a better view.

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Class: Visualizing in Design

Individual Work

Carnegie Mellon University 2014.05

© 2019 by Ewen Zhong. All rights reserved.

What's next ?
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For the tourists who take their first trip to station square, they may not be able to know what attractions around them. One of this system’s features is it shows the tourist map in the end (users can also skip this page). It shows the position of this parking kiosk, and how long it will take for users to walk to another attractions nearby. It’s easy for users to make their trip plan.