The Importance of Simplicity

“Web sites and software often compete with each other based on the features they provide. The popular assumption is that the more features a product has, t

“Web sites and software often compete with each other based on the features they provide. The popular assumption is that the more features a product has, the better it will be. The truth is that features improve a product only if they are actually used by the customer. In most cases the proliferation of features in products creates more complexity than value. Each feature gets an icon or a link on a Web site or toolbar, and is yet another item that the user needs to wade through before they can find the one that they need.” Um, hello?


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE