I like this attempt to rethink the UI for vehicles and I think you are on to something. The absence of any cues I guess is still a problem and the finger-distance based approach could be a problem for some.
How about selecting what you want to control (Temp, Channel, Air etc) on the first pass followed by adjustment of the selected control on the second?
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Measuring the impact of introduced change is key to any optimization task. With Google no longer sending the search terms used to discover the page, SEO is more like a guess work - you follow the best practices and hope Google will start sending traffic one day. This leaves spammy black-hat approach as the only option. Not everyone is comfortable with this though.
I appreciate your desire for humility, but I hate the "shameless plug" thing. Let's all try to avoid it - showing people something you built that, in any imaginable way, could be useful isn't shameful - it's awesome. If the person doesn't understand it, they can ask you - it's the best way to ever get intro'd to anything.
Doesn't shameless plug mean that he is in fact unashamed? Or does it have an implied meaning opposite of the literal meaning? Or perhaps somewhere in between, that he believes he should be ashamed but is not? I've always been a bit confused about this particular idiom.
I've seen a few cases of people posting their own projects on HN without a disclaimer and receiving some really rude comments. Saying "disclaimer: I made this" instead of "shameless plug" sounds better IMO, but that doesn't seem to make people respond in a better way.
All of this seems a little funny and counterintuitive. We are a community of people who love coding for fun and developing these types of side projects, yet in comments, where the majority of us are heard, sharing your own relevant projects isn't exactly welcomed.
Yes, there are "ShowHN" posts, which are great, but it's more difficult to be heard through this avenue unless you're lucky enough to make it to the front page.