Saturday, August 19, 2006

Learning by example

Marcin Wichary has put together a wonderful collection of screenshots from more operating systems and applications than I think I've ever heard of.

There's something fascinating about wandering through these examples of how a generation of interface and interaction designers have presented functionality to their users - particularly in comparing early examples to the current state of the art.

Well worth a look...

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