DePaul HCI student takes driving to a vocal level

9 Mar

Jason Johnson, a DePaul master’s candidate in human-computer interaction, is dedicated to producing jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring user experiences. And that’s exactly what the user interface design engineer has accomplished at Ford Motor Company. SYNC with MyFord Touch, the latest in vehicle communication environments, is the product of years of work by a team of designers and engineers. Now the technology is going global—and Johnson is a key designer for vehicle environments specific to global audiences.

“I love being an engineer on the SYNC with MyFord Touch program, which has really revolutionised the way people communicate in their vehicles,” says Johnson in a news story on Paddocktalk.com. “I often feel that I work for a technology or consumer electronics company that just also happens to make great automobiles.”

Read more about Johnson and his team on Paddocktalk.com

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