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Published on July 22nd, 2013 | by Gerald

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Presentation. The History Of The Button.



Shame on me for not knowing the following Presentation by now. Because it is a very good deck. 

Thanks to Bill DeRouchey, Lead Interaction Designer at GE Global Research (if I am not misinformed), who prepared it for SXSW 2010 (yes it is that old).  And as its title suggests – the deck tells the story of one of the most flexibly used and most interesting interaction elements: the Button.

Here we go. I hope you like Bill’s presentation as much as I did. If yes, say hello from me on twitter.

 

History of the Button from Bill DeRouchey
 
Thanks to Victor Bezrukov for licensing the article image as Creative Commons: Some rights reserved



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2 Responses to Presentation. The History Of The Button.

  1. silvana churruca says:

    Great post!, really interesting work, thanks Gerald!

  2. Thanks Silvana. I am just the messenger. Bill – the creator of this deck – will be happy to hear that.

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