Wednesday, April 9, 2014

hand as clamp

It's been so good to see Shea using her hand just to hold things steady. The whole time I was thinking about building a hand, I kept focusing on the ability to pick something up; never thinking about the need to hold something while the other hand manipulated it. It's more the idea of "hand as clamp" that I took for granted. It's easy to get wrapped up in the wrong things when you start designing for someone thinking that YOU know what THEY need or want. Thanks for opening our eye's to your true needs Shea! I continue to be amazed by what you teach us.

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