The name "Gucci" has been synonymous with high quality and luxury since the 1920s, when the company began producing classically styled leather goods. By the 1950s, movie stars and other celebrities were regularly seen in Gucci fashions or sporting Gucci accessories. Gucci items quickly became status symbols. This allowed the company to charge top prices for its goods, but catering to such an exclusive clientele meant that the company had to offer outstanding customer service while remaining on the cutting edge of fashion.
We recently discovered after submitting this Microsoft Surface 2.0 application for certification there is no longer a certification program for Surface 2.0 as there was for version 1.0. The Surface Certification program has ended given the prevalence and design of touch devices today. According to Microsoft:
In our previous article in the series we discussed best practices for designing a natural user interface. Now we're going look at the pitfalls many face as they move from the traditional mouse/keyboard/monitor combo to an all-in-one NUI application.
The aim of a natural user interface is to have an intuitive and organic interaction between user and technology, with absolute deference to simplicity.
The biggest benefit in natural user interfaces is the ability to attract and captivate users with responses that are organic with minimal learning.