“Don’t Make Me Think” by Steve Krug is one of my favourite books. I strongly recommend it to web analysts and data scientist.
In that spirit – here are a few of my favourite interfaces:
- Real choices about what to put in and leave out were made – in other words – they are designed. They were not assembled.
- Not every surface is crammed with stuff. Just because nature abhors a vacuum doesn’t mean you need to cram something into every pixel.
- It’s obvious what everything does.
Simple can be functional.
What are your nominations?
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