The Psychology of User Interface Design
Wednesday, June 06, 2018
With voice, motion, heat, RFID and a multitude of other sensors serving as inputs, soon the built environment itself is going to be our user interface. As we move beyond screens and develop interaction that relies on natural forms of human expression, we need to start codifying the way we'll be interacting with building-embedded systems. As our environment becomes more complex, how does that communication happen? Is it an explicit interaction, or is it implicit, with the environment figuring out what users want? How can we make better design choices to ensure the best UI outcomes?