Our love affair with the digital interface is out of control. Weave embraced it in the boardroom, the bedroom, and the bathroom. Screens have taken over our lives. Most people spend over eight hours a day staring at a screen, and some atechnological innovatorsa are hoping to grab even more of your eyeball time. You have screens in your pocket, in your car, on your appliances, and maybe even on your face. Average smartphone users check their phones 150 times a day, responding to the addictive buzz of Facebook or emails or Twitter. Are you sick? Thereas an app for that! Need to pray? Thereas an app for that! Dead? Well, thereas an app for that, too! And most apps are intentionally addictive distractions that end up taking our attention away from things like family, friends, sleep, and oncoming traffic. Thereas a better way. In this book, innovator Golden Krishna challenges our world of nagging, screen-based bondage, and shows how we can build a technologically advanced world without digital interfaces. In his insightful, raw, and often hilarious criticism, Golden reveals fascinating ways to think beyond screens using three principles that lead to more meaningful innovation. Whether youare working in technology, or just wary of a gadget-filled future, youall be enlighted and entertained while discovering that the best interface is no interface.When you walk up to a grocery storeor hospital, thedoors often automatically open. When healthcare workers rush apatient into a hospital from an ambulance, the doors just slide open. Um, I know how automatic doors work. The experience anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Best Interface Is No Interface|
|Publisher||:||New Riders - 2015-01-31|