|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Viewed: 1/21/2020
|Topics/Keywords: #Computers #Programming #Organica #Projects||Page Views: 1056|
|Project pieces for my ultimate goal: A document-oriented computer interface.|
I have for many years been designing a new-concept computer interface I call Organica. Eventually, I wish to replace the current action-centered interfaces (Windows, Apple, Android, Linux) with a document or object-centered interface. With such an interface, one works on one's document (whether it's an email, novel, painting, photo, song or video) with total freedom to include one kind of item in any other. No user would ever have to "buy an app" with a learning curve of its own; instead, one might choose to "buy an enhancement" that will be applicable to any kind of object.
In any case, I am gathering my components, notes, and whatnot here as I work on this project, piece by piece.
|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Posted: 8/2/2018
||Topics: #Organica||Page Views: 647|
|What Organica will be, look like, and do.|
The basic premise of Organica, and how it differs from all other shells, is that instead of being bottom-up (starting an app to work on a document) it is top-down (start with the document and do things to it). This is a much more natural way to work. When people begin a project, they say, "Today I am going to write my novel, or plan my vacation, or update my contacts." No one ever gets up n the morning saying, "Today I am going to use Microsoft Word! or Excel! or Outlook!"
|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Posted: 6/7/2018
||Topics: #Computers #Programming #Organica||Page Views: 826|
|How the basic components of Organica work.|
I remember when a computer interface was white letters on a black background. Nowadays, user interfaces must include color, graphics, explanations, instructions, links, and more. And anyone trying to invent a new operating system would have to incorporate support for all of these data types. Or…one might make use of the already-existing-and-portable technology of web browsers to handle all output and user input.
|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Posted: 11/17/2017