Good user experience design involves clear and easy to understand cause and effect. This seemingly transparent relationship between cause and effect, however, is illusionary. Computers do not just do what humans want them to do — they are machines that function based on the languages of computer code. In this sketch, I am trying to create a user experience that is not as straight forward as standard UX design. The movements are awkward and perhaps even frustrating. The lines rotate in relation to the position of the mouse, but the result is not a simple matter of pinpointing the placement of the lines. It takes time to become familiar with the gestures of the lines and to learn how to work with them.