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    These days, you will often hear the word “infotainment.” Simply put, the central screens that now dominate most dashboards control both inform…

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              While drivers have been spending less time on the roads over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, preliminary data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggests that 2020 saw an uptick in traffic fatalities.

              These days, you will often hear the word “infotainment.” Simply put, the central screens that now dominate most dashboards control both information and entertainment, and you will be interacting with them quite often. When looking at the screen, the first thing to think about is whether the menu system is logically laid out. Then, test the controls and the way you interact with them. Here are the basic types, along with a few questions to consider during testing.

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