Peter Cochrane: Interfaces are hell. How can we make them better?

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Getting to grips with a new user interface is one of life's biggest frustrations, says Professor Peter Cochrane. There must be something better

For the past 30 years I have purchased the same brand of car. Boring you might think, but they have served me well and I am not a petrol head. I also have to admit that the same is true for all my ...

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