Amid the pervasive application of sensors and networked technology in just about every industry, technologists and business professionals often underestimate the role and depth of user interface. Sure, user interface has always been important; the tangible, aesthetic pleasure of products has always paved the way for our emotional connections to the objects and brands we love most.
How we perceive the simplicity and utility of interacting with things dictates our experience and allegiance to them.
What the internet introduced, and now the IoT user interface, was the ability for data to be coupled with interactions.
Last modified onMonday, 28 November 2016 18:45
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