<User Sentimental eXperience- Issue4. It’s like I’m driving on an endless highway.>
Hello all, hope you had a nice summer. My skin is still a bit tanned, but now I can sense that the air is cooled down.
Today I want to present the 4th issue of User Sentimental eXperience :-)
In the new issue I wanted to question about scrolling down, which is one of the most common user mechanisms.
Today most of the contents on the digital interface are super linearly laid. I can just scroll down to see things and it seems so easy. But then I often feel I lose myself while repeating the same finger movements. I mean, I don’t have that many choices. A scrolling bar at the right side implies that I must lead myself to the down side. It doesn't really ask me what and how I wanna do though. It rather says I must do it.
I often think it's like I’m driving on an endless highway. It doesn’t have obstacles but weirdly I’m getting oblivious of things.
This way of navigation is so-called ‘intuitively’ designed, but then I'm not sure if this considers our diverse intuitions and choices enough.
I’d be glad if you let me know what you think :)
Here is the link:
Any feedback/critique is welcome. Thank you very much and have a great day.
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