Skoda wins the Red Dot Design Award.

 The Bohemian manufacturer was also awarded for the Skoda Flow project.

Skoda won the jury of the renowned Red Dot Design Awards thanks to the concept of the MySkoda app and the digital Skoda Flow system . The blind automaker has won the product design award 12 times in the past years and has also garnered four awards in the Brand & Communication Design category.   In addition, the Volkswagen Group brand was awarded for the first time in the Interface & User Experience Design category . The MySkoda app received the Red Dow Award for the concept behind its architecture in the above category and was also named Best of the Best by the jury.  MySkoda app  The app is among this year's 61 winners, chosen by experts from 4110 entries from 54 countries. Via the smartphone, the app allows you to turn on the heating or air conditioning and unlock the vehicle, among other things.  In addition, it can provide information on various technical aspects of the car and the next maintenance appointment. Also via the application it is possible (for now only in Prague) to receive parcels directly in the car.  The Bohemian manufacturer also received an award for the Skoda Flow project. The online library lists over 1000 standardized parts, manuals and resources for designers, programmers, developers and other specialists to help them create digital products. This allows for a unified approach to user interfaces across all platforms, from smartphones and smartwatches to PCs and the vehicle's infotainment system.

Skoda won the jury of the renowned Red Dot Design Awards thanks to the concept of the MySkoda app and the digital Skoda Flow system . The blind automaker has won the product design award 12 times in the past years and has also garnered four awards in the Brand & Communication Design category.

In addition, the Volkswagen Group brand was awarded for the first time in the Interface & User Experience Design category . The MySkoda app received the Red Dow Award for the concept behind its architecture in the above category and was also named Best of the Best by the jury.

Skoda won the jury of the renowned Red Dot Design Awards thanks to the concept of the MySkoda app and the digital Skoda Flow system . The blind automaker has won the product design award 12 times in the past years and has also garnered four awards in the Brand & Communication Design category.   In addition, the Volkswagen Group brand was awarded for the first time in the Interface & User Experience Design category . The MySkoda app received the Red Dow Award for the concept behind its architecture in the above category and was also named Best of the Best by the jury.  MySkoda app  The app is among this year's 61 winners, chosen by experts from 4110 entries from 54 countries. Via the smartphone, the app allows you to turn on the heating or air conditioning and unlock the vehicle, among other things.  In addition, it can provide information on various technical aspects of the car and the next maintenance appointment. Also via the application it is possible (for now only in Prague) to receive parcels directly in the car.  The Bohemian manufacturer also received an award for the Skoda Flow project. The online library lists over 1000 standardized parts, manuals and resources for designers, programmers, developers and other specialists to help them create digital products. This allows for a unified approach to user interfaces across all platforms, from smartphones and smartwatches to PCs and the vehicle's infotainment system.

MySkoda app

The app is among this year's 61 winners, chosen by experts from 4110 entries from 54 countries. Via the smartphone, the app allows you to turn on the heating or air conditioning and unlock the vehicle, among other things.

In addition, it can provide information on various technical aspects of the car and the next maintenance appointment. Also via the application it is possible (for now only in Prague) to receive parcels directly in the car.

The Bohemian manufacturer also received an award for the Skoda Flow project. The online library lists over 1000 standardized parts, manuals and resources for designers, programmers, developers and other specialists to help them create digital products. This allows for a unified approach to user interfaces across all platforms, from smartphones and smartwatches to PCs and the vehicle's infotainment system.

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