Is The Touchscreen Killing Or Reinventing Design?

Is The Touchscreen Killing Or Reinventing Design?
Design

As mono-functioning electronics, such as calculators and alarm clocks, face extinction, designers are exploring how to best exploit the ambiguity of today's electronic devices.

Yofred Moik
  • 17 august 2010

As mono-functioning electronics, such as calculators and alarm clocks, face extinction from the consolidation trend which skins multiple devices under a single touchscreen, the emphasis on digital interfaces resulted in a dearth of multi-faceted tangible electronics.

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