Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
I remember my father bringing home computers in the 1970s and watching him having to spend hours poring over their seemingly incomprehensible technical manuals just to get the new devices up and running. All that changed in 1984, when he brought home a MacIntosh. Instead of complex circuit diagrams and dense programming advice, he encountered a friendly, intuitive user experience.
Operating his new computer seemed effortless. More than 25 years later, I watch my 7-year-old twins relive my father’s experience as they intuitively learn to do anything and everything with their iPhones and iPads.
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