How To Avoid Foolish Consistency

“People don’t like to learn things. If they take the time to learn something, they expect to be able to apply that knowledge in many places. It follows tha

“People don’t like to learn things. If they take the time to learn something, they expect to be able to apply that knowledge in many places. It follows that good designers conserve the number of things users need to learn to get stuff done. The streets in American cities are good examples of conservation of knowledge. Anywhere in America, yield and stop signs look exactly the same…”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE