Check out this very interest talk about design where New York Times columnist David Pogue breaks into song. He takes aim at technology’s worst interface-design offenders, and provides encouraging examples of products that get it right.
“I know one guy who spent $4,000 just on Photoshop over the years. Software companies make 35% of their revenue from just these software upgrades. I call it the software upgrade paradox, which is, if you improve a piece of software enough times, you eventually ruin it.”