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  • There is more to design than just making things fit well into a page and adding color that goes well together. Great UX designers should be great mind readers. We should understand how users perceive a design and how they classify it as good or bad.

To better understand the perception of a user, here are 5 key lessons which are extracted from the “Psychology of Design” principles.

1. Less is more
Having too many options can make your users confused. An average human mind can process a limited amount of information at a single time.

2. Important content first
Use meaningful subheadings, bulleted lists, one idea per paragraph to keep content easy to draw the user’s attention.

3. Use colors carefully
Colors are what drive humans with emotions.
Different genders prefer different colors. Men prefer bold colors and women prefer soft colors.

4. Links and navigation
Users want to get to the content they are seeking as fast as possible. A survey found that visitors value easy to find information more than beautiful design or fancy UX.

5. Group related sections
Law of Proximity: Objects that are near, or proximate to each other, tend to be grouped together.

Have a great week,
Eli

Source: https://uxdesign.cc/5-key-lessons-from-psychology-in-design-to-help-you-advance-ux-2cbb837b4581
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    There is more to design than just making things fit well into a page and adding color that goes well together. Great UX designers should be great mind readers. We should understand how users perceive a design and how they classify it as good or bad.

    To better understand the perception of a user, here are 5 key lessons which are extracted from the “Psychology of Design” principles.

    1. Less is more
    Having too many options can make your users confused. An average human mind can process a limited amount of information at a single time.

    2. Important content first
    Use meaningful subheadings, bulleted lists, one idea per paragraph to keep content easy to draw the user’s attention.

    3. Use colors carefully
    Colors are what drive humans with emotions.
    Different genders prefer different colors. Men prefer bold colors and women prefer soft colors.

    4. Links and navigation
    Users want to get to the content they are seeking as fast as possible. A survey found that visitors value easy to find information more than beautiful design or fancy UX.

    5. Group related sections
    Law of Proximity: Objects that are near, or proximate to each other, tend to be grouped together.

    Have a great week,
    Eli

    Source: https://uxdesign.cc/5-key-lessons-from-psychology-in-design-to-help-you-advance-ux-2cbb837b4581
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    #uiuxzone #ui__ux #uxbrainy #instaui #uisource #uibysherms #thehotskills #uiuxcafe #uihq #ultimateuiux #designdot #uxigers #ThisIsUxDesignerWorld #design #designer #webdesign #webdesigner #website #ux #uxdesign #uxdesigner #designlife #productdesign #appdesign #uidesigner #uitrends #instadesign #instaui #dailyui #webui

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  • The mobile-first approach is exactly as it sounds: designing for the smallest screen and working your way up.

More important, though, is that the mobile-first approach is also a content-first approach. 
Mobile has the most limitations, screen size and bandwidth to name a few, and so designing within these parameters force you to prioritize content ruthlessly.

Let me know how do you guys start creating sites? Do you prefer progressive enhancement or graceful degradation?

Cheers! 👋

Spread some love by reposting @_ayushjangra_ #getprowithayush
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    @_ayushjangra_

    The mobile-first approach is exactly as it sounds: designing for the smallest screen and working your way up.

    More important, though, is that the mobile-first approach is also a content-first approach.
    Mobile has the most limitations, screen size and bandwidth to name a few, and so designing within these parameters force you to prioritize content ruthlessly.

    Let me know how do you guys start creating sites? Do you prefer progressive enhancement or graceful degradation?

    Cheers! 👋

    Spread some love by reposting @_ayushjangra_ #getprowithayush

  •  269  10  1 hour ago
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the mobile app user interface for the " Arrupe Roaster" coffee application based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
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i just learned to use adobe XD for the first time and this is the result.
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give me input to develop again. thank you 🙏
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#webdesign #interfacely #uxbrainy
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    the mobile app user interface for the " Arrupe Roaster" coffee application based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
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    i just learned to use adobe XD for the first time and this is the result.
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    give me input to develop again. thank you 🙏
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    #webdesign #interfacely #uxbrainy

  •  4  0  3 hours ago
  • NEW SKIN APP. My UX and UI for a tattoo app, helping users find a tattoo idea and locate the artist for the job!
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    Yafa, Tel Aviv, Israel

    NEW SKIN APP. My UX and UI for a tattoo app, helping users find a tattoo idea and locate the artist for the job!

  •  23  1  19 August, 2019
  • [UX/UI] - Yu-Gi-Oh! 📺⁣
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One of my all time favorite card games!⁣
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Been messing a lot with the Auto-Animate feature recently.⁣
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Made with: Adobe XD ⁣
Images from: yugioh.com
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    [UX/UI] - Yu-Gi-Oh! 📺⁣
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    One of my all time favorite card games!⁣
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    Been messing a lot with the Auto-Animate feature recently.⁣
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    Made with: Adobe XD ⁣
    Images from: yugioh.com

  •  42  7  18 August, 2019

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