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A new study has found young adults, especially millennials who grew up with smartphones, iPads and other digital gizmos and gadgets, are increasingly tech savvy; but many who fall into this category also think technology is making people less human in the process.
The study was commissioned by Intel Corporation and conducted by Penn Schoen Berland, and it looked at global attitudes toward technology innovation challenges and existing perceptions. The research found millennials (aged 18 to 24) are the least enthusiastic about technology today but yet are actually optimistic for future technology, especially those that could deliver a more personalized experience.
In other words, millennials may be taking much of the technology they grew up with for granted, but are still somewhat excited by tomorrow’s advances.
The “Intel Innovation Barometer” further revealed the millennials globally show a stark contrast to their reputation as digital natives who can’t get enough of the high-tech stuff in their lives. In fact, the study noted a majority of millennials even agree that technology makes people less human.
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Never underestimate the power of HUMOR or its application. Here are 100 funny 404 pages, the pages users get when something has gone wrong. The ability to turn a page that is FRUSTRATING into a funny gambit is the difference between a site that makes a few bucks and one that is worth millions.
Design for engagement means thinking about the customer at all times. Thinking about the customer means BEING the customer and not the Master Blaster Controler. Have fun and design fun in especially where its a surprise and you WIN.