UX Lisbon: First Person User Interfaces

by Luke Wroblewski May 17, 2010

In my First Person User Interfaces presentation at the User Experience Lisbon (UXLX) conference in Portugal I outlined the design challenges and opportunities of interfaces that allow people to interact with the real world as they are currently experiencing it.

You can download the slides from this presentation now.

Following in the tradition of Command Line, GUI, and NUI interface paradigms, first person interfaces continue to reduce the layers of abstraction between the digital and the real. With first person interfaces we can allow people to interact digitally with the real world as they are currently experiencing it. Read more...