Recomendação de leitura

Não tenho este hábito, mas, talvez por andar demasiado “sensível” a determinadas questões, dou por mim a querer aconselhar a leitura deste artigo a toda a gente que se interessa pela forma como a Web funciona.
Um excerto talvez deixe as coisas mais claras:

The problem I’m describing is a lack of respect for web design as a profession, primarily caused by ignorance. My proposed solution is to educate, by demonstrating that the value you add to the design process comes from using human judgment and experience—in a way that can’t be replaced by streamlined or automated processes.

But why could a robot never do your job? Because machines can’t generalize. An essential element of a web designer’s job is generalization: a human skill that neither computers nor simplistic processes can simulate. In this article I’m going to describe generalization using some examples, explain why it can’t be done by machines, and conclude that talking about it is a powerful way to demonstrate the value of web design.
But why could a robot never do your job? Because machines can’t generalize. An essential element of a web designer’s job is generalization: a human skill that neither computers nor simplistic processes can simulate. In this article I’m going to describe generalization using some examples, explain why it can’t be done by machines, and conclude that talking about it is a powerful way to demonstrate the value of web design.

Jonathan Kahn, in You Are Not A Robot (A List Apart #239)

Deixar uma resposta

O seu endereço de email não será publicado. Campos obrigatórios marcados com *

Pode usar estas etiquetas HTML e atributos: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>