In Pursuit of a Truly User-Friendly Interface

In Pursuit of a Truly User-Friendly Interface
Design

Despite the ubiquity of technology in our lives, and our increasing familiarity with it, there is still a disconnect that exists between human and machine. Short of the Transhumanist version of the future that imagines the eventual merging of the two, CIID students Kevin Cannon and Tobias Toft have envisioned a conceptual user interface that attempts to bridge that gap by designing a more user- friendly experience.

Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 28 september 2009

Despite the ubiquity of technology in our lives – in the form of laptops, smartphones etc. – and our increasing familiarity with it, there is still a disconnect that exists between human and machine. Short of the Transhumanist version of the future that imagines the eventual merging of the two, CIID students Kevin Cannon and Tobias Toft have envisioned a conceptual user interface that attempts to bridge that gap by designing a more user- friendly experience.

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