User Friendly

Speech and sound synthesis separates the Man from rest of the creation.

Especially now in a highly arranged array of information and communication technologies the entire ecosystem of doings and the relative inquisition of inquiry in form of (search engine) queries we the users of internet relentlessly bug our geeky sides into search boxes and surf into a index of entire internet at a glance tiring our limited minspaces from the rain pour of cloud based information systems.

Composition is the key to unlock the correct responses.

When we breakdown every phrase or word we become aware of that particular words next time we ‘use’ them. We find them more useful than before as we learn it’s derivative. Similarly when a user stumbles upon a new program or interface the various options and hidden shortcuts intrigue the user as he or she is ‘not aware’ of those buttons, menus, options, shortcuts, panels, tabs and hence a navigation has to guide the user or the user interface may itself interfere the user from applying the app.

His communication only became ‘human friendly’ as more human he became, perfecting his scribbling sketches to fine scriptures.

Back to point: The phrase ‘User Friendly’ is so salient as such that it became so Human Friendly since its broad adaption to express something useful. Between the Mammoth to the Camel, from Ice Age to the desserted Nile primitive man chronicled his speech synthesis with scripts eulogizing his evolution through design of expression and accompanying picturesque experiences. Between the Goliath to the sacrificial goat he carved a civilization and coded a language designing each alphabet to perfection.

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