The Smallest Design Details Have the Greatest Impact

In Minimalism in UX: the blessing of no choices, Dimitris Chatzilias covers a short list of common details that are often overlooked in a way that has an impact on user experience out of proportion with their perceived importance. I feel like this article was written specifically for me in order to collect the most common pieces of feedback I give to designers and save me from writing them down again and again. (via HeyDesigner)

Written by Christopher Butler on March 26, 2023,   In Log

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