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March 25, 2012

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Liza

Great read!
I find myself quite comfortable about Skeuomorphism till it's up-to-date and designers do not try to use some odd or extinct objects repetition into their UIs.

Alex G

Lovely summing up, thank you. With your blog post and mine, I feel like I'm finally all skeuoed out.

DavidAWalsh

Nice article.

The thing that most people have missed is that as we move to gesture based interfaces rather than buttons, we need a way to convey function. Skeuomorphism does that.. If implemented well that is.

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