Date Added: Jul 2009
One of the design principles for great user experience is that a user interface should feature as much as necessary and as little as possible. Why? Because software applications and Web sites have become more complex and a lot of this complexity is passed onto the user interface. It is often said that users cannot cope with complexity. Yet, there is a difference between objective complexity and perceived complexity. What makes an application or a single Web page appear complex and unappealing? What can be done to make it simple and attractive? The presenter of this webcast throws light on the fascinating facts about human mental capabilities, and the presenter share practical tips and tricks to help to design for great user experiences.