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Our love affair with the digital interface is out of control We've embraced it in the boardroom the bedroom and the bathroomScreens have taken over our lives Most people spend over eight hours a day staring at a screen and some technological innovators are hoping to grab even of your eyeball time You have screens in your pocket in your car on your appliances and maybe even on your face Average smartphone users check their phones 150. Interesting idea but I think it was expanded from a blog post and should ve stayed there Lots of repetition all just to say the design world should try to solve problems rather than invent interfaces because they just put lots steps between the problem and solution The Book of Beginnings repetition all just to say the design world should try to solve problems The Homelanders (The Homelanders, rather than invent interfaces because they just put lots steps between the problem and solution

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The Best Interface Is No Interface

Times a day responding to the addictive buzz of Facebook or emails or TwitterAre you sick There's an app for that Need to pray There's an app for that Dead Well there's an app for that too And most apps are intentionally addictive distractions that end up taking our attention away from things like family friends sleep and oncoming trafficThere's a better wayIn this book innovator Golden Krishna challenges our world of nagging scree. Not just one of the best books I ve read as far as content goes but the way the book plays with the format to make its points is incredibly uniue Highly recommend The Coquette and the Boarding School responding to the addictive buzz of Facebook or emails or TwitterAre you sick There's an app for that Need to pray There's an app for that Dead Well there's an app for that too And most apps are intentionally addictive distractions that end up taking our attention away from things like family friends sleep and oncoming trafficThere's a better wayIn this book innovator Golden Krishna challenges our world of nagging scree. Not just one of the best books I ve Imagimorphia read as far as content goes but the way the book plays with the format to make its points is incredibly uniue Highly The Book of Beginnings recommend

Golden Krishna ☆ 3 review

N based bondage and shows how we can build a technologically advanced world without digital interfacesIn his insightful raw and often hilarious criticism Golden reveals fascinating ways to think beyond screens using three principles that lead to meaningful innovation Whether you're working in technology or just wary of a gadget filled future you'll be enlighted and entertained while discovering that the best interface is no interfac. As a computer functioning individual a book about technology is a little out of my normal wheelhouse but I found this book engaging and compelling This book was about ways to make technology seamlessly integrated into daily and social life which was fascinating but the points I found the most compelling were a little selfish This book really made me take a look at the way I interact with technology my cellphone that never leaves my pocket or hand and ways that I should improve that area of my life A worthwhile and challenging read The Numbers Game raw and often hilarious criticism Golden Tall man riding. reveals fascinating ways to think beyond screens using three principles that lead to meaningful innovation Whether you're working in technology or just wary of a gadget filled future you'll be enlighted and entertained while discovering that the best interface is no interfac. As a computer functioning individual a book about technology is a little out of my normal wheelhouse but I found this book engaging and compelling This book was about ways to make technology seamlessly integrated into daily and social life which was fascinating but the points I found the most compelling were a little selfish This book The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory really made me take a look at the way I interact with technology my cellphone that never leaves my pocket or hand and ways that I should improve that area of my life A worthwhile and challenging The Big Golden Book of Poetry read


10 thoughts on “The Best Interface Is No Interface

  1. says:

    What a wasted opportunity The basic premise is good but it's drowned out by cynicism and repetition There's nowhere near enough content for a book of this length and the attempts to be entertaining just come off as mean spirited and annoying Calls to action should be inspiring not insipid

  2. says:

    Design professional Golden Krishna has become frustrated with graphical user interfaces The novelty has worn off putting every important function into a smartphone app and the ubiuity of touchscreens has made ordinary people subservient to their technology Think about it does your refrigerator really need WiFi compatibility and a streaming Pa

  3. says:

    Interesting idea but I think it was expanded from a blog post and should've stayed there Lots of repetition all just to say the design world should try to solve problems rather than invent interfaces because they just put lots steps between the problem and solution

  4. says:

    Not just one of the best books I've read as far as content goes but the way the book plays with the format to make its po

  5. says:

    I was introduced to this book after watching Golden Krishna and Eric Campbell's incredible SXSW Keynote titled You Know What? Fuck Dropdowns That talk changed the way I was looking at a lot of the problems I was working on with gam

  6. says:

    One of the most refreshing books on design I've read uite repetitive and sermonrant than field guide but it's an important sermonrant Can't say it better than Doug Lemoine says on the back cover If Silicon Valley doesn't read this book we're all ed

  7. says:

    As a computer functioning individual a book about technology is a little out of my normal wheelhouse but I found this book engaging and compelling This book was about ways to make technology seamlessly integrated into daily and social life which was fascinating but the points I found the most compelling were a little selfish This book reall

  8. says:

    The first 23rds of this book was highly amusing and uick to read The last 13rd was a bit of a slog especially because Krishna is a bit optimistic than I am about the ethics of data collection in particular This

  9. says:

    Krishna begins this by referencing his SWSW talk which really is where I should've stopped reading just watched the talk instead He took a 20 minute video and blew it up into a book Some of the examples are good but really this is an extended blog post that you should not pay for I appreciate the one idea he has that we have a fetish for screens and that can be harmful but he doesn't really discuss how to imp

  10. says:

    I struggled to read the book perhaps because of a cultural gap or probably due to wrong expectations Though the topic raised in is u