Nov 13 2012

New Design Practices for Touch-free Interactions

Published by at 11:45 AM under Digital Living,Interfaces

“Touch interaction has become practically ubiquitous in developed markets, and that has changed users’ expectations and the way UX practitioners think about human–computer interaction (HCI). Now, touch-free gestures and Natural Language Interaction (NLI) are bleeding into the computing mainstream the way touch did years ago. These will again disrupt UX, from the heuristics that guide us, to our design patterns and deliverables.” Read the full article on UX Magazine.

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