One of the most interesting phenomena relative to interaction paradigms is how mobile is increasingly pervasive in our everyday life. We’re transitioning from a desktop-centric approach to technology to a mobile one. It’s interesting to notice though, that in some places in the world (especially in China) mass adoption of computing devices started directly with smartphones.
Everyone even remotely passionate about tech should have heard by now the announcement of the new iPhone X. I’ve talked with most of my geeky friends about it and their thoughts range from “it’s too expensive”, “the name is so confusing”, to “Apple’s lost its own way” and “it is not a worthy upgrade”. I think these points couldn’t be furthest from the truth. Let’s talk about them in depth.