Tag Archives: user interface

11 ways haptics will rock your digital world

And by "rock" I mean make it feel tingly.
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Square and the Death of Cash

Square, as well as being amazingly convenient-sounding and brilliantly obvious, looks like it might also be the herald of the eventual, necessary, death of cash.
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10 predictions for the next decade

Space elevator? World peace? Robot brand ambassadors? Remember - you saw it here first.
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The conversation economy, part 2: there is no conversation economy

I was wrong. As it turns out, conversations are just another kind of experience. I will now be using the term “experience economy”. I like it better. Joseph Pine on what consumers want | Video on TED.com.
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Could video games replace advertising?

We now have technology that will let gamers virtually log in to real race tracks, during real races, and compete against pros from the comfort of their crumb-scattered couches. Gamers will pay (and probably well) for this privilege.
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Monkey presses button monkey gets reward.

The mouse has been around for 40 years and all we tend to do with it is move it from anchor to anchor and click the thing like a primate trapped in a feedback loop. Monkey presses button. Monkey gets reward. Modern interaction design suggests greater possibilities, but that’s just theory. In practice we use […]
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The power of individuals (or at least individual billionaires)

Governments all over the world are seeming less and less capable of solving the major issues facing our world. Why?
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