Now in its eighth generation, the Volkswagen Golf GTI features the latest in VW’s technological advancements
BMW’s all-electric i4 four-door coupe set to enter production in 2021
Powered by an Audi-derived 600bhp five-cylinder, the KTM X-Bow GTX will compete in the GT2 racing series
Finally – an i30N with a DSG… You can keep your mk8 Golf!
Clarity is the first and most important factor of any product interface. In order for the user to effectively use your product, they must be able to understand the interface and how to interact with it. There’s no point in designing the prettiest interface when no one knows how to use it. As UX designers, we should never sacrifice functionality over aesthetics.
Nowadays it’s hard to impress or even surprise with an interface animation. It shows interactions between screens, explains how to use the application or simply directs a user’s attention. While exploring the articles about animation, I found out that almost all of them describe only specific use cases or general facts about animation, but I haven’t come across any article where all rules concerning animation of interfaces would be clearly and practically described.
Largely thanks to its reputation for excellent handling, the British marque found itself at the centre of many a collaboration throughout the years.
Toyota GR Yaris revealed in full – return of the homologation special – The performance bargain of 2020?
Toyota has officially unveiled the GR Yaris at this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon, a turbocharged, all-wheel drive three-door hot hatchback that will be the second model in Toyota’s high-performance GR range, and the homologation model for its 2020 WRC world rally car.