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The Revolution will not be Clickable

Jack Sheppard
October 18, 2013

The Revolution will not be Clickable

As technology progresses and user interfaces play catch up now more than ever we are witnessing a revolution in the way we interact with products.

However, are we providing enough value to a user? Are we more concerned about whether or not we ‘can’ do something and not ‘should’ we do it? How we can create products that improve our user’s lives? What moral and ethical issues arise from this shift in technology and how we as a community can create successful products without creating a digital dependency.

Jack Sheppard

October 18, 2013
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  40. Total Value = Business Value + User Value

  41. Total Value = Business Value + User Value

  42. Good Value is where User value > Business value

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