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Transportation Design, Mobility and the Role of Customer Experience - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Wood
40:24
Good Evening Everyone...
Korie Twiggs
40:43
Welcome Christopher!
Glenn Johnson
47:38
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Korie Twiggs
01:13:33
A reminder that we will have Q/A after the presentation. Feel free to place your questions in the chat box.
Elsie
01:21:32
Hi from Toronto, Thank you for sharing. 1. Any provisionsto accommodate someone in a wheelchair-getting onto the seat, etc? 2. For luxury-are the seats bigger with wider distanceside & front
madison worden
01:23:03
Hello from New York, great presentation. How do you think inclusive design and designing for disability will change the way we design for transportation/CMF?
Aditi Vyas
01:24:34
Such an inspiring presentation. As you mentioned about not having any visible buttons, so how does the passenger communicate with the product?
Matias Ferrari
01:24:35
Greetings form Argentina. So it seems that new technologies are ready for the next generation of transportation and autonomous vehicles. But how to be sure if the human beings and the society is ready? How long could it take to make this transitions? How do you approach this during the design proccess?
Christopher Wood
01:24:38
An armrest going down rather than up makes perfect sense..
Caterina Benincasa
01:25:44
Hello from the University of Huddersfield University staff and students from Product design BA / BSc.
Caterina Benincasa
01:26:53
With nuanced detailing, do you have any problem convincing clients about the attention to these different elements?
Martin Aubé
01:27:15
Thank you for sharing your superb work, Could you talk a bit more about "beauty" as a project driver in Europe vs. Fonctionality in North America, maybe it comes from history (Old World vs. new world)
Dani
01:28:15
Hello! My name is Daniel. I have a question. What's your point of view about the emotion in the transportation designs? For example: we don't know the name/model of our elevator/train/bus but we know about our car. We still try to design cars emotional and personal, but could we do it with automous cars for example? It's the same for planes, trains, buses... They are not private and I guess that's a reason why they are more "neutral" and less emotional. What do you think about it? Thank you so much!!
Christopher Wood
01:29:20
Designing for "Our Older Selves" and disablity can be worked together. Both have a huge (and rising) disposable income
Stephan Clambaneva
01:34:32
Great questions everyone! @Glenn, I see a theme emerging here with some of the questions focusing on diversity inclusivity... perhaps a future topic for discussion?
Stephan Clambaneva
01:35:59
Thank you everyone!!!
Elsie
01:36:08
Thank you..What 's new in the works if "barrier/screen is required due to possible more challenges dealing with the pandemic( transmission_of covid from asymptomatic "carriers"). Any future UV tecnology incorportion as part of the 'seating system'"
Caterina Benincasa
01:36:11
That was a fantastic talk
Marisa Garcia
01:36:19
Thanks for an excellent presentation!
Farah
01:36:21
Thank you for a great presentation.
Joshua Hoffeld DEN Chair
01:36:22
Thank you all!
Christopher Wood
01:36:29
A great hour......it went so fast..!!
Martin Aubé
01:36:32
Thanks Johannes, Glenn and Cheryl ! Good answers ! :-) Agree !
Mubashir Akhtar
01:36:34
Thank you such an amazing presentation.
Victor Stivala
01:36:34
Thank You!
Christopher Wood
01:36:35
thank you all
Holly Palmer
01:36:40
Thank you!!
Nick Cucci - PDT
01:36:44
Thank you Glenn, Johannes, Korie, and IDSA!