Automotive GUI design & development tools
Bring the next generation of embedded GUIs to today's vehicles
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Create vivid and feature-rich experiences that drivers desire
To keep up with rapidly evolving consumer demands, Tier 1 and OEM manufacturers recognize the need to deliver innovative digital instrument clusters, driver information displays, and in-vehicle infotainment systems. Of all automotive GUI and HMI tools, Storyboard is the only platform that brings designers and developers together, treating them as equals to design rich, intuitive in-vehicle experiences without sacrificing resources or performance.
Racing towards a sustainable transportation future
Aptera’s founders, Chris Anthony and Steve Fambro, pursued an aggressive schedule to bring their first vehicle to market in less than one year. Their search for a partner led to Crank Software and Storyboard, resulting in a massively-successful vehicle launch.
Prove you’re at the cutting edge with our automotive GUI and HMI tools
Whether you’re deploying the most innovative digital display for the next concept car, or looking for an advanced driver information display, Storyboard helps your user experience designers and embedded software developers work together to see their vision come to high-performance, safety-certified reality.
Faster development cycles
Have your automotive GUI working in no time and see exactly what will be seen in the final product, validate and start making changes earlier.
Touch and try our automotive
on your NXP i.MX8 eCockpit
Check out this interactive series of screens for the next generation car cockpit running on the NXP i.MX8. Then, download our ready-to-run automotive GUI demo images onto your own NXP hardware and try it for yourself.
Storyboard-created LCD displays in the NASCAR cockpit
When NASCAR asked the global leader of premium gauges, instrumentation and test equipment, to develop a fully customizable LCD instrumentation system for the NASCAR cockpit, Auto Meter jumped at the chance to use Storyboard.