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anne gibson

anne gibson is a UX Designer and General Troublemaker (that’s her rank, not a level of specificity) at a big/small tech company. She’s just close enough to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania to think a wander through a revolutionary battlefield is not noteworthy. In addition to designing websites, she writes about building websites at The Interconnected (or much weirder things), plays competitive pinball, and watches the terriers destroy things.

Saving the future, one interface at a time

For an organization in a utopian society the user interface of Star Trek's Starfleet's user interface sucks. A lot. Taking a look at the lessons that can be learned by examining the shortcomings and challenges that such interfaces would create, anne gibson encourages us to think about our own interfaces, and where to start in making them usable in our era, let alone the future.