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Magic of UX

I had to watch this video for my Introduction to Technology for Librarians course. I love UX, i.e. user experience, but wasn’t prepared to be as delighted and inspired by this talk.

Josh Clark shares current and possible technology that’s based on how regular people operate rather than on what insider-geeks can cobble together (which is what he asserts the failed Google glass was.)

The talk runs 45 minutes, but the time goes by quickly because it’s so amazing.

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