Getting real with interfaces

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You might not have heard the term before, but skeuomorphism is something you likely interact with daily. Whether using the calculator app on your phone, or dragging an unwanted file into the bin icon, you are utilising a user interface design concept known as skeuomorphism. Essentially, skeuomorphism describes user interface objects that mimic their real-world counterparts in how they appear or how the user can interact with them.

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Brooke Nankin

UX designer from Melbourne, Australia. Enjoys training in krav maga and has recently taken up piano.

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