- [Instructor] There are lots of ways…to fight crowded screens and organize them better,…and we've already covered some of them.…We've seen how grouping can leverage the visual system.…We can vary size for important items, as we saw earlier.…When we have lots of options,…we can provide favorites and recently used lists and such…to keep the users from needing to use…huge lists so often and bring that complexity…onto the screen.…Let's take a quick look at an application screen…that packs a lot in but still stays relatively open.…
Then we'll look at another design principle…that helps with decluttering called progressive disclosure.…Here's a screen from an app my team worked on.…It's the home screen for an application…that manages cattle.…A typical developer design would probably draw boxes…around most of these areas,…but notice how openness works just as well functionally,…yet it feels more calming.…When people see this screen, they react better to it…than a screen that had a lot of boxes.…It also has the search bar at the top of the menu…
- What a well-designed app looks like
- Leveraging cognitive design principles
- Decluttering crowded screens
- Understanding your users' needs
- Recording and analyzing user observations
- Storyboarding your ideas
- Helpful techniques for the design process
- Dealing with conflict in design evaluation
Skill Level Beginner
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
How this course will work1m 38s
1. Why UX Design Is Important
2. What Makes a Design Good or Bad?
3. Understanding Users and Their Needs
4. Ideation: Finding, Refining, and Culling Design Ideas
5. Helpful Concepts and Techniques for the Design Process
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