The User Journey of an Everyday Cyclist in different countries
The User Journey of an Everyday Cyclist in different countries
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Mobility 🚲
UX πŸ‘‹
Published Date
Apr 1, 2021
Description
Copy of Fahrrad FFM
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Tweets

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Traffic lights

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Parking

🏫 University: Bicycle parking in the basement πŸš‰ Train station: Bicycle parking right on the way to the tracks (no time lost compared to walking) - major stations have guarded parking with repair centres / water refill / toilets etc. πŸŒ‡ City center: Guarded parking in the city center. No parking, neither for bicycles or cars right in front of stores to maintain walkability πŸ– Beach: Bicycle parking right at the beach - cars don't get to the nice spots. πŸͺ Supermarket: Yes, bicyclists can park right in the front. Most people have front carriers, so they can do grocery shopping by bike, drop it in the crate and leave. It needs to be end to end - and it needs to be well connected. Just, you know, same infrastructure as there is for cars - At least.
All men are created equal
(... and so are cyclists and pedestrians?)
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Well, road infrastructure all around the world tells us a different story.
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Cycling as a User Journey

Over the years, I've spent a lot of time looking at things more holistically. Especially in UX research, I've noticed how much influence living in a bubble can have on you and your research. Bias is something that I therefore always wanted to prevent.

Comparing car vs. cycling journey

Over the years, car companies came up with several solution such as "keyless go", you see more and more embedded entertainment to the car - and this is required.
Drivers spend more and more time im traffic and the more technology there is embedded in a car, the more pleasant the journey is remembered. The more people get distracted from reflecting on the actual situation.
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Are there frameworks? Yes, there are

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