I came across another interesting blog article from the Aging in Place Technology Watch website, entitled, "Technology, Bad Design and the Kitchen Pliers".
You Have a Pliers in Your Kitchen
We Want to Love our Smartphones, but They Typify the Design Problem
Like the Twist-Off Cap, the Interface can be Impenetrable
We Lost our Dials and Buttons – and so the People Were Lost.
More specifically, Ankota CEO, Ken Accardi, will regularly suggest and recap a book for folks to read and to discuss via the Goodreads.com platform. You can sign up and join the conversation by clicking here or by clicking the button below or sharing your thoughts in the comments below!
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