This week on the Design Review: we discuss the principle of No UI and whether or not the best interface really is no interface.
Golden Krishna, now a designer at Google, wrote a short essay (and subsequently a book) on this topic, though he admits that it was inspired by other stuff written by pioneers like Don Norman and Mark Weiser of Xerox PARC.
Scott Berkun, author and speaker on creativity, philosophy, and culture, wrote a rebuttal to the whole No UI movement. Here’s a link:
This week’s episode was sponsored by Designer Cameron Wheeler!
Cameron is a User Experience Lead and Front-End Developer at Cisco Systems. He’s currently working on Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence, a program that helps startups get a platform to build long-term strategic relationships & business outcomes with Cisco. You can find him and his work at HeyCameron.com or HeyCameron on twitter.
Big thanks to Lu for helping out with the show!
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