In this episode I am sharing my own learnings about the future of interfaces and talk about future trends for interfaces.
What is the first thing that comes in our mind when you think about interfaces of the future? Probably things we have seen in movies like iron man or star trek.
6 FUTURE AREAS FOR INTERFACES:
1. All Senese
3. Voice design
4. Augmented Reality
5. Task focussed
Find the medium article here: https://medium.com/@patriciareiners/why-stealing-ideas-from-science-fiction-with-kill-ux-6d69c05fc970
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