Thursday, March 15, 2012

Nokia's design director, Marko Ahtisaari: Nokia working on a revolutionary phone

Marko Ahtisaari, director of design at Nokia, seems to be very active in the last hours of the media point of view. After speaking of the Tablet, which would be using one third of his time, Ahtisaari told the Finnish Kauppalehti that Nokia is working on a new device capable of revolutionizing the user experience in the telephony world.
"When the phone is ready, you will not have to lower their gaze and to interact with your fingers touch the screen."
Ahtisaari later spoke about User Experience offered by IOS, Android, Symbian and Windows Phone.
According to the chief designer of Nokia, Apple's iPhone features a 5 year old innovation.iPhone and iPad could be seen as a poorly designed house, where the route that leads from the kitchen to the dining room always starts from the entrance. Symbian and Android are seen instead as a dolls' house, where you can choose any type of decor and furniture, but at the same time can only be used and exploited in that context. The best compromise seems to come (of course) from Windows Phone, a system that looks more natural than what the competition offers.

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