Interface Fiction

Interface Fiction

User Interfaces seen in movies and TV shows are expectedly ridiculous and most don’t seem to be practical at all. And yet, I will look at these work of fiction and explore all the things that don’t make sense, a few that do, and what we can learn from them when building our products of the future.

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Jonas Lekevicius

January 19, 2017
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