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Behavior-based, “Smart” Apps?

Why haven’t we seen more behavior-based interfaces yet?

For instance, just about every time I log into my Google account, one of the first places I go is to my Google Docs. So in the top menu bar, why doesn’t “Documents” automatically become one of my main buttons, instead of remaining buried in the “More” list? 

There are lots of other places where an app or website that “learns” from what we do on a regular basis could help efficiency and ease of use. Hell, I’m surprised the iPhone can’t auto-organize your apps by what you use most.

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Some new shots of the interface changes to Apple’s Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard.”

More info at this AppleInsider article.

Most photos via this blog.

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photo Mac OS X Snow Leopard is rumored to include a system-wide interface graphics unification. The apparent code name for the motif: “Marble”
With it, they will dispose of the few remaining “Aqua” interface elements, like shiny scroll bars. Everything will get more in-line with the flatter, darker elements of iTunes and iPhoto.
Article: AppleInsider

Mac OS X Snow Leopard is rumored to include a system-wide interface graphics unification. The apparent code name for the motif: “Marble”

With it, they will dispose of the few remaining “Aqua” interface elements, like shiny scroll bars. Everything will get more in-line with the flatter, darker elements of iTunes and iPhoto.

Article: AppleInsider

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