In a time for design community when it seems everything has its equivalent and analogy, we, designers, should try to explore human behaviors when interacting with interfaces. I believe we should seek for the new ways to serve more intuitive, valuable and natural experience in human-machine interaction field. Experience that would allow people spend less time doing “monkey job” and more time on what they value the most in their lives.
Experience that would unload pressure from their cognitive human resources so they have more for something different from ordering a pizza through the application.
This pattern helps users unload their cognitive memory (one of the most limited human resources). It sets the ground for future observations and improvements in UX field that I’m really passionate about.
Design work should directly contribute in the global human development. For the purpose of exploring and improving the ways people interact with technologies, i’ve started this volunteer project called “Interaction library” where i investigate the most interesting and unique examples of such interaction
Things change each new second, humanity changes and so does its ways of interacting with the technology. I believe more time should be spent on exploring and simplifying this interaction instead of copying already existing patterns.