Welcome to the age of the killer user experience

“Forget about the killer feature. Welcome to the age of the killer user experience. When technology achieves something desirable without being in your face, when it knows how to integrate itself into your wishes and desires without distracting from them, that’s when technology lives up to its potential.” - Andreas Pfeiffer

“Forget about the killer feature. Welcome to the age of the killer user experience. When technology achieves something desirable without being in your face, when it knows how to integrate itself into your wishes and desires without distracting from them, that’s when technology lives up to its potential.” – Andreas Pfeiffer

Read The Pfeiffer’s Report Trend Analysis on user experience here.

Catriona Cornett

I am a User Experience Designer with a passion for making people’s lives better through design. I have helped over a dozen organizations obtain a competitive advantage by delivering great user experiences across desktop, mobile, tablet and other channels.

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  • http://paul-blunden.com/ Paul Blunden

    I like this one. A colleague of mine (Marty Carroll) used to say “usability is like oxygen, you only notice it, when it is gone”. Killer user experience should be unnoticeable. It should just happen.
    Paul

One Response to Welcome to the age of the killer user experience

  1. Paul Blunden says:

    I like this one. A colleague of mine (Marty Carroll) used to say “usability is like oxygen, you only notice it, when it is gone”. Killer user experience should be unnoticeable. It should just happen.
    Paul