Buster Keaton should be an inspiration for ux designers

Watch a lot of movies and you love designing too? Well, you should know Buster Keaton. I have always been a fan of his work. When traditional cinema relied way too much on titles, he was the one who was focused on visual representations to connect with his audience.

His awesome camera placements and exceptional talents brought a lot of value to modern day cinema. Keaton made his videos based on what would be the best for the audience.

Buster Keaton(October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966)
Buster Keaton

Keaton applied methods in his videos which really show us how to build anything that your audience will love. Look at how well crafted some of this scenes were.

You don’t tell Buster Keaton he can’t do a stunt.

Our work as designers and product owners should be to make intuitive experiences like Buster Keaton. Here’s a great video from the Youtube Channel “Every frame a painting” about Keaton that’s a must watch.


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Parikshit Joshi

I am a Coffee-addict-with lost counts of consumption. Apart from this addiction, I have a deep passion for data and connected architectures. I ingrain technology into business processes to bring the next level disruptive solutions.

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