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9 Tips For Creating Great User Experience (UX) Design - Adapted from Susan Weinschenk’s blog post on UX Magazine.

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  • 1. 9 Tips For Creating GREAT User ExperienceAdapted from Susan Weinschenk’s blog post on UX Magazine
  • 2. IT IS BETTER TO SHOW PEOPLE ALITTLE BIT OF INFORMATIONAND LET THEM CHOOSE IF THEY WANTMORE DETAILS(Progressive Disclosure)
  • 3. INSTEAD OF JUSTDESCRIBING THINGS,SHOW ANEXAMPLE
  • 4. IF SOMETHING IS CLICKABLE MAKE SURE ITLOOKS LIKE IT IS CLICKABLE
  • 5. IF A TASK IS ERROR-PRONE, BREAK IT UP INTO SMALLER CHUNKS
  • 6. DON’T MAKE PEOPLEREMEMBERTHINGS. PEOPLECAN ONLY REMEMBER3-4 ITEMSAT A TIME
  • 7. PEOPLE NEEDFEEDBACK
  • 8. PEOPLE NEEDFEEDBACKThe computer doesn’t need to tellthe human. The human needs toknow what is going on
  • 9. CLUTTERED PEOPLEIF PAGES ARECAN’T FIND INFORMATION
  • 10. CLUTTERED PEOPLEIF PAGES ARECAN’T FIND INFORMATIONUse grouping to help focuswhere the eye should look
  • 11. THINGS THAT ARECLOSE TOGETHERARE BELIEVED TO “GO” TOGETHER
  • 12. THEHARDESTCOLORSTO LOOK ATTOGETHER ARERED ANDBLUE.
  • 13. THEHARDESTCOLORSTO LOOK ATTOGETHER ARERED ANDBLUE.Try to avoid red text on a bluebackground or vice versa
  • 14. Upside Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd www.upsidelearning.com Email : info@upsidelearning.com Images courtesy of www.sxc.hu