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Imagine having to think about safety, usability, and aesthetics issues for the user interface of a two-ton mobile device hurtling through space at 100 km/hr. Now you get the picture.
Ever feel that you were spinning your wheels improving an interface? You made change after change, enhancement after enhancement, all based on design guidelines and usability testing---but nothing seemed to move the product very far toward helping your users accomplish their goals. Maybe you had...
Every good work of software starts by scratching a developer's personal itch. ---Eric Raymond, The Cathedral and the Bazaar There's a closely related issue, however that I don't know how to solve yet without a big player with a lot of money, which is doing systematic user interface end user...
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