Real vs. Perceived Problems

“This essay asks the reader to consider some subtleties and abstractions in dealing with interface design. By using examples of real vs. perceived problems

“This essay asks the reader to consider some subtleties and abstractions in dealing with interface design. By using examples of real vs. perceived problems, the notion is developed that many problems call for a solution but are false because they are problems of perception rather than reality. Solving problems of perception do not solve the underlying problem. Only by solving real problems is true value added. The specific notion in the case of user interfaces is that interface design is much more than graphics or HTML.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE