A recent Harvard Business Review article, Yes You Need More Gadgets, starts off with the story of a woman who is distractred from remembering that the smartphone she is talking on also has her boarding pass for the plane she is about to board. It goes on to describe the situation and how that points to a failure of one device to do many things well. In my experince, and opinion, that would be true if interfaces were designed better. They aren’t, and that’s where this propentency to exclaim we need more gadgets comes from.
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