We are rapidly moving toward a future where users will no longer have any We are rapidly moving toward a future where users will no longer have any control over the software they purchase.
For years we’ve relied on buttons and tactile interfaces to control our devices. With the emergence of gesture-based controls, computing might be leaving behind its legacy roots.
Progressive web apps have the potential to be the ultimate cross-platform app solution.
The number of different user interfaces we need to know has exploded, and it might lead to problems.
Technology companies are slowly making it more difficult to move between platforms and this is bad for users
Phones are getting so expensive that users are going to have to prioritize which devices they buy in the future.
There is also another counter-culture emerging - a nostalgia for analog devices.
Technology has been a steady stream of incremental improvements for decades, but there are big changes coming in the near future.
When I first started to travel internationally in the early 2000s, it was probably easy for locals to identify me as a tourist. With the introduction of the smartphone, I can now breath easy knowing that I blend in with the locals.