Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Author Amber Case on how to design non-intrusive, ‘calm’ technology

Designing Calm Technology   Our world is made of information that competes for our attention. What is needed? What is not? We cannot interact with our everyday life in the same way we interact with a desktop computer. The terms ‘calm computing’ and ‘calm technology’ were coined in 1995 by PARC Researchers Mark Weiser and John Seely Brown in reaction to the increasing complexities that information technologies were creating. Calm technology describes a state of technological maturity where a user’s primary task is not computing, but being human. The idea behind Calm Technology is to have smarter people, not things.…

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