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Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Simplicity sells

David Pogue, technology columnist at the New York Times, explains how simplicity sells and pokes fun at some of the terrible software interfaces out there. He asks software creators to take time "sweat the details" for the end user. Very entertaining talk with 3 fun songs sprinkled throughout.

via www.ted.com

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Thanks for the share. I love TED talks. David Pogue often has some pretty interesting things to say, and this one doesn't disappoint.

It gives me confidence that usability tools like the one we have designed at http://intuitionhq.com will have more and more success in the future, and I think that bodes well for the health of technology and the internet. As Apple has proved, the more usable something is, the more people will use it!

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