This article was originally published on The Human In The Machine. I am not a big ‘productivity’ person. I mostly get by jotting down notes and keeping lists (for whatever I’m doing at the moment, or more general things-to-do-in-the-near-future lists.) It’s manageable enough to not have to adopt a Formal Productivity System. I’m pretty happy […]
The most inspiring thing
Today at the bus station, I saw the most inspiring thing. It started when a blind man stepped out of a bus and started walking in the direction of the city shopping centre. (naturally) A little uneasy he started crossing the road, lifting his foot strangely high to get onto the pavement. He regained his orientation by tapping around him with his stick and then continued to walk a bit further.
A girl crossed him walking in the opposite direction. He said “Excuse me miss, is the shopping centre that way?” and he pointed forward. The girl followed his hand, pointing as well and said “Yes, it’s that way”. They both walked on, the man visibly more comfortable and confident.
How is that for user-interaction?