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Natural User Interface
We work with our customers in many different ways to deliver a wide variety of technology solutions, from business plan development to hosting of the final solution and everything in between. No matter what type of engagement we have, we always shape the product features and user experience.
So now we come to the inevitable question, what’s next in natural user interface (NUI) hardware and design?
Innovation in tablet and touchscreen hardware is moving fast (my iPad 2 seems so 1990's now). Last week Google announced and launched its own tablet called the Nexus 7, which was just hinted at in January at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
In our previous article in the series we discussed best practices for designing a natural user interface. Now we're going look at the pitfalls many face as they move from the traditional mouse/keyboard/monitor combo to an all-in-one NUI application.
The aim of a natural user interface is to have an intuitive and organic interaction between user and technology, with absolute deference to simplicity.