Minimalism in ubiquitous interface design

@article{Wren2004MinimalismIU,
  title={Minimalism in ubiquitous interface design},
  author={C. R. Wren and Carson Reynolds},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={370-373}
}
Minimalism in ubiquitous interface design allows computational augmentations to coexist with unmodified artifacts and the constellations of task behaviors surrounding them. By transparently integrating aspects of the digital world into real artifacts, we strive to provide ubiquitous interfaces to computation that do not obscure or destroy the highly refined interaction modalities of everyday artifacts in the physical world. 
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