TED: When it comes to tech, simplicity sells by David Pogue

Technology columnist for New York Times David Pogue talk and sings 🙂 about simplicity in user interface design. Before becoming a tech writer, he spent 10 years working in Broadway musicals. In 2004, David won a Business Emmy Award for his segment on Google and the spam problem. Very entertaining and funny. 

Original video on TED.com (might be better quality).

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One Response to “TED: When it comes to tech, simplicity sells by David Pogue”

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