Challenge of interaction design

With typefaces and chairs, the problems don’t change much over time. Having readable text and a place to sit, after all, are things that we’ve pretty well solved, even if our tastes change. But the problems are always changing in interaction design. It’s a feature, not a bug, that there is nothing eternal in digital design, other than core UX/UI principles such as feedback, navigability, and consistency. Let’s hope that the big tech giants are working to solve the nagging annoyances and time sucks they made, when their mobile phones began eating the world.

Cliff from FastCompany.

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