Lucas Jellema, AMIS
You should not judge a book by its cover. Doesn’t the same apply to computer applications? Well, apparently not. If the user interface is unappealing, unintuitive, and unproductive, the application stinks, no matter how good the machinery inside. This may not have been as true fifteen years ago as it is today; it is certainly rapidly becoming more of a reality every day. Enterprise users during the day are modern Internet users in their spare time, using a wide range of the hottest and hippest devices that have surpassed mini computers of only a decade ago in compute power. These users do not settle for a green terminal display offering a table of data and buttons labeled “commit” and “rollback.” And nor should they.
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