The actual meaning that I want to convey is sort of like a good design covers up the nitty gritty technical aspects of a machine and provides a smooth experience when using it.
I want to describe this in a metaphorical manner with the imagination of a design as a "bridge" into the machine's world. I imagine that the surroundings of the journey into the machine's world is full of tangling wires and electronic boards in the background. There are moving tentacles at the sides of the bridge, making the journey a difficult one. It's like a Matrix world. A good design is a good bridge that would cover up all these ugly scenes/backdrop with a canvass of a blue skies and white clouds and make the journey on the bridge a pleasant and seamless one into the machine's world. The main gist is to describe the experience of walking from our normal realm into the machine's, comparing the raw experience with a "well designed" experience.
I am hoping that I could write this whole messy idea into a concise and expressive manner with as little sentences as possible. I wrote a a little bit of it but found it really really awful. It just doesn't even feel good when reading it, much less to lead the reader to visualise the scene.
The path into the machine's world is a curvy road with the tangling wires and tentacles in the surroundings. A good design flushes away these ugly scenes with backdrops of cloudy skies, making the journey into the new world a pleasurable one.
I was hesitant to even put up my attempt in writing this imagination because I feel it just reads so badly.
Any ideas of how I could paint this imagination out expressively in words?