build only what’s absolutely necessary.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
turn beginner’s into intermediates, immediately.
 
 
 
No milestones exist.
 
 
surface important elements.
 
 
 
 
 
prevent errors with poka-yoke. (POH-kah YOH-keh)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Designing the Obvious

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The original version of the presentation based on the book, "Designing the Obvious", presented by Robert Hoekman, Jr.

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  • So, how do you design an application that’s so easy to use that people attribute their ability to use it effectively to pure common sense? By applying good design principles. Today, we’ll talk about 4 of them. - Building only what’s absolutely necessary (and how to do it) - Getting users up to speed quickly so they can start liking your app - Surface the important elements on a page - Handle errors
  • Designing the Obvious

    1. 2. build only what’s absolutely necessary.
    2. 11. turn beginner’s into intermediates, immediately.
    3. 15. No milestones exist.
    4. 18. surface important elements.
    5. 24. prevent errors with poka-yoke. (POH-kah YOH-keh)
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