This stainless steel stencil is ideal for sketching out user interface and user experience concepts. It features common icons for things like menus, arrows, buttons, and sliders, as well as social media. Its top edge includes a pixel ruler and column guides as well. Consider picking up some UI sketch pads to go with.
Mercedes-Benz is showing off a display that covers almost the entire width of a dashboard. The Hyperscreen is a 56″ wide curved glass panel that incorporates multiple displays for its instrument cluster, central touchscreen, and a screen for the front seat passenger. It will debut in the upcoming luxury electric EQS.
Among the many countless TVs, smartphones, and accessories at CES 2019, Japan’s mui turned up with something different. Their smarthome interface appears to be a simple piece of wood, but it conceals LEDs and a touch panel to display useful information and control devices.