A theoretical exploration on simplifying the user interface in order to better the user experience, The Best Interface is No Interface looks to expand your understanding of what is simple by providing you with new perspectives and current examples; all while proposing intriguing questions that will have you observing interactions and determining whether they should be simplified, or if they have been over simplified. Written in 2015, the theories discussed are relevant to the evolving design interface. Whether a student or storied designer, The Best Interface is No Interface should make its way onto your bookshelf.
The Best Interface is No Interface is written by Golden Krishna and is available on Amazon for $21.
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