Intuitive interfaces don’t exist. Why should we use any interface at all, then?


Wojtek Borowicz, Community Evangelist at Estimote, freelance writer, Internet of Things enthusiast. One of the greatest lies of software industry is the so-called intuitive interface. It’s the fad diet of IT world: everyone, from the behemoths of tech to hip startups in the Valley, claims they’ve nailed it, but you always end up with disappointment and frustration. The future, however, is bright, as developers now have all the intelligence to deliver what the users need, when they need it. The answer lies in leveraging data, context and in a common mantra: less is more. What does it mean to be…

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