UX is largely a conversation in anticipating user needs and finding accessible, engaging ways to meet them. As such, the push for next generation UX isn’t about solving known problems as much as it’s about imagining new solutions to problems users don’t even recognize.
Hardware innovation and adoption will define UX’s biggest trends. For users to have engaging digital experiences, they need top-tier hardware both with them and behind the scenes. Likewise, developments in decentralized servers, touchless screens, wearable headsets and interconnected metaverses will drive UX for decades to come.
Hardware innovation and adoption
will define UX’s biggest trends.
At the conscious level, users want the same things they’ve always wanted, while subconsciously, users continue to look for more personal connections with content—which requires more personal user experiences.
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