On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 03:43:23PM +0000, Colm Buckley wrote:
> market. The iPod's user interface is as close to perfect as it's
> possible to have in a device of this size and power; it is uncluttered,
> unencumbered with featuritis, and gives direct, fast access to the
i think this is something gui designers would do well to learn.
apple makes simple guis. when you look at a windows gui it's complex.
you can right and left click icons. dragging an icon on your desktop acn
do different things depending on where you drag it to and what it is.
lots of people say macs are easy to use because they are consistent -
they're consistent because they're simple. they accomplish tasks and
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