There're a lot of different types of user interfaces:
- A natural user interface (NUI) is the common parlance used by designers and developers of human-machine interfaces to refer to a user interface that is (1) effectively invisible, or becomes invisible with successive learned interactions, to its users, and (2) is based on nature or natural elements. Example: Relationship between anthropomorphism and NUI?
A kinetic user interface (KUI) is an emerging type of user interfaces that allow users to interact with computing devices through the motion of objects and bodies. Example: UI gestures for Kinect, Kinect-type devices, What UI designs are a good fit for the Kinect / PrimeSense DevKit?
- A organic user interface (OUI) is a user interface with interaction techniques that use the physical shape and position of a device to control it.
- A tangible user interface (TUI) is a user interface in which a person interacts with digital information through the physical environment.
Would be these tags useful?