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Laws of UX …

Laws of UX

What are the laws of UX?

Laws of UX is a collection of best practices that designers can consider when building user interfaces. In this article, we will mention some of them.

Von Restorff Effect

When multiple similar objects are present, the one that differs from the rest is most easy to remember.

Von Restorff Effect

Zeigarnik Effect

Incomplete tasks are most likely to be remembered. You could help the users remember certain uncompleted tasks by adding a simple progress bar.

Zeigarnik Effect

Hick’s Law

Time for decision-making depends on how many and how complex the choices are.

Hick’s Law

Serial Position Effect

This effect states that the first and the last terms are most likely remembered.

Serial Position Effect

Law Of Common Region

The Law of Common Region expresses that elements are grouped together when they share an area with a clear boundary between them.

Law Of Common Region

 

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