Stanford Seminar - A Universal Model for Deconstructing the User Interface

May 8, 2019

Bob Baxley Baxley Design May 3, 2019 Modern software stands beside cinema as one of the most complex, multi-sensory forms of human communication ever created. Unlike film however, neither consumers, critics, nor creators have a standard vocabulary for deconstructing the user interface into its constituent components. As a result, we struggle to accurately articulate what specific aspects of any given UI is particularly innovative, profoundly flawed, or perfectly implemented. In this talk, I'll propose a universal framework that identifies each of individual aspects of a user interface, drawing on numerous real-world examples to illustrate what various products get right and what other products get wrong. Learn more about Stanford's Human-Computer Interaction Group: https://hci.stanford.edu Learn about Stanford's Graduate Certificate in HCI: https://online.stanford.edu/programs/human-computer-interaction-graduate-certificate View the full playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoROMvodv4rMyupDF2O00r19JsmolyXdD&disable_polymer=true

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