Skew-o-morphism is what

A “skew-o-morph” is a design element that imitates the original version of the object you are working with, but no longer has any use in functionality other than to be ornamental. Example a CD image in iTunes which has no bearing on the usability of the software other than to show people an old image of a CD. Leather sticking on a book image on your screen which makes it feel like the old days.


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