As a huge Apple fan, I was extremely sad after Steve Jobs passed away.
Over the last week I have read numerous tributes to Steve Jobs. Many though, honored Jobs for his exceptional vision on technology and usability.
Cliff Kuang has written a good piece on Jobs, and what he can still teach us.
I particularly like the following:
Every year, Apple’s instruction manuals grew thinner and thinner, until finally, today, there are no instruction manuals at all. The assumption is that you’ll be able to tear open the box and immediately start playing with your new toy. Just watch a 3-year-old with an iPad. You’re seeing a toddler intuit the workings of one of the most advanced pieces of engineering on the planet.
My only question for you
Can a child intuit the workings of your IWMS without an instruction manual?