Group session July 1st

Constraint is used to limit the possible actions that can be performed, and sometimes it’s just natural. A good example is how our electronics are plugged into our wall receptacles; there is only one way that an electrical plug can fit into the outlet. The little inputs are also too small for you to put your finger in. You can control how the interface works physically – and also how it’s perceived psychologically by choosing what options you allow.

Group session July 1st