Show and Tell: Imagining the User Experience Beyond Point, Click, and Type

“More reliable and permanent than human memory, the technology of written language dominates as the primary method human beings use for conveying abstractions of complex ideas across space and time. The evolution of written language has complemented that of new distribution technologies—from handwritten papyrus scrolls to books and other print publications produced on offset printing presses to the pixels on our computer screens.” (Jonathan FollettUXmatters)

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