Nice words from Julian…
This isn’t a whinge or criticism. And if it is, I aim it at myself, not you.
You’re one of the good ones.
In some way or form, human demand has always driven evolution of user experience, design and innovation.
But now more than ever, I wonder if that demand is really based in real need and progress, or if it’s just following a trajectory of laze-driven convenience.
Or as it’s technically known, instant gratification.
The camera that can’t upload directly to Facebook is the olden days.
Yet that camera is still a wonder of convenience and technology and performs better optically than the faster alternative.
The smart phone is threatened by the smart watch. Yet both are less than a selfie stick away at any given time.
Newspapers can’t print fast enough for the dissemination of news.
So we’ve reduced news and our knowledge to democratically fed soundbytes.
E-mail is too…
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