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Senior UX/UI Designer at Bothrs in Gent

Are you our next Design Hero? Not to sound desperate or anything, but we could really use an extra set of hands around here. Okay, fair enough, just the hands probably isn’t gonna cut it. But by all means, keep reading and you might end up becoming …

The Interface Of The Future Is No Interface At All

Interacting with computers and devices is becoming more and more transparent. Like, literally. In recent years, there’s been quite the paradigm shift regarding the way we interact with computers and devices. Rather than humans having to learn how to operate devices, devices themselves are now adopting human behavior. I still remember the olden days, back when MS-DOS was still a thing and required some elaborate manoeuvring if you wanted to get something done. In my case, it was usually just to format the hard drive after having bricked the whole system again by downloading some shady files, thinking they were innocent video game demos. I was just a little whippersnapper back then, we all need to learn somehow. The point is, if you didn’t know the right commands, you weren’t going anywhere fast.

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