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Liz Greenberg
Liz Greenberg
7/29/2014 | 1:26:28 PM
UIs are a great start
Nice article...I wonder if AT&T considers themselves in the same realm as Comcast and the others when it comes to their UI?  I recently switched from Comcast to AT&T and I can honestly say that Comcast has the lead on the UI.  Having said that, neither is great.  Both make the user go through many steps to get where you want and even more if you want to jump from place to place.  Maybe some of the HTML solutions will help or maybe they will get user feedback to help in their development.  Meanwhile, does anybody have any idea what the AT&T button is for on the remote?   :-}
7/29/2014 | 1:35:35 PM
A lot of UIs
It seems like there are going to be a lot of choices for UIs in the consumer space, I am sure some will do well and others will fade away, but I am stuck wondering why it takes cable so long to catch up, or even just start thinking about the ideas. 

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