Adventures in Japanese UI Design: Railway Information Systems
This is a post in our series on Japanese UI design. This time we will look at railway information systems. More specifically this post will take a closer look at the digital screens found above the doors on JR trains in Tokyo.
JR stands for Japan Railways. JR is the biggest operator of trains in Japan including the famous bullet train or Shinkansen.
The best way to get a feel of how the system works is to watch this short video:
Johan Ronsse is an interface designer who is trying to find the balance between aesthetics and usability. He tweets as @wolfr_2.
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26 Dec 2020 at 17:31
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