Radio Frequency identification (RFID) technology started as early as World War II. Although the possibilities of how these RFID gadgets are endless, everyone is still unaware of the ways technology can make life easier. Well, I guess I can say almost everyone.
In a world growing so large and rapidly, it is inevitable for change not to happen. Everything in our world is changing right in front of our eyes including the way we watch T.V, the way we pay bills, how we communicate and even how we order food during happy hour. It’s almost rare to see a teen or young adult that is not glued to their handheld device or utilizing some form of technology.
So, when it comes to technology, what does the millennial generation mean for technology and the manufactures there of? It means that these creators are almost obligated, in a sense, to keep technological experiences as slick and smooth and as user friendly as possible.
The need for better experiences is not necessarily for the entertainment or liking of our extravagant generation. According to Wired.com a platform of latest technology news, data and statistics, the reason for a smooth and jazzy experience is for the health of any tech business. Let’s face it, who doesn’t want their business to boom by staying relevant?
Industry research showed that this year, the millennial generation will compromise the largest online audience.
This means that millennials will control, regulate and influence the buying power more than any other generation. How’s that for a powerful generation?
Our generation is in the heart of change.
Tradition and routine have been a thing of the past for years. Millennials are more likely to keep up with the newest of any and everything. Accustomed to an “on-demand” lifestyle, we desire and somewhat demand a clear and easy technological experience.
In result of such high demand and need for speed and convenience, millennials have now detained the power to guide industry leading technology businesses in the direction of our choice.
The website also believes that by examining millennial behavior online, it can be predicted where technology is heading and how website designs will need to adapt to cater to this growing demographic.
So technology creators and web design industry leaders, when creating the next ‘big thing’, be sure to keep us –millennials- in mind! Studies show that we will pay more for convenience and great user experience and head to the next thing coming if we receive anything less than that.
Change is inevitable, it is also consistent. If businesses and tech industries understand the lives and requirements that millennials demand, technology will always continue to cater to our generation without a doubt.