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  1. Great analysis & great resources. Thanx!

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  2. Jon, thank you for this writeup! I’ll add this article to our list of learning resources at Center Centre. Our students learn a lot of this material in the Interaction Design course. :)

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  3. Design is definitely important!

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  4. The innovation we have an influence in building can altogether affect individuals’ lives, and it’s pivotal that we guarantee that get assignment help online effect is sure. It’s our obligation to make items and encounters that help and line up with the objectives and prosperity of clients.

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  5. Good insight about the design psychology, considering the design sense of end user too can help more likely to result a better user experience business website with all ease.

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  6. Agree!! The basic principles of psychology, if applied properly to online web designing projects, can alter the web surfing experience of your visitors and increase your websites business potential.
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  7. Enjoyed the article. So many people interpret Miller’s Law incorrectly, it’s refreshing to see it written correctly here.

    I do have a slightly different view on Hick’s Law however. I agree with the fundamental principal, but think that good design can mitigate some of the issues. Simple (or fewer options) is not always better. It needs to match the complexity of the problem. For some tasks (logging in especially), smart tv remotes are very poor interfaces.

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  9. I enjoyed the article. Most people draw the wrong conclusions from Miller’s Law so it is refreshing to see someone write about it correctly.

    I do have a slightly different perspective on Hick’s Law. I feel it is often overused to limit choices, when I think it is a design problem about how to present the choices to support decision-making. The goal is not to take away complexity but to design in a way that the complex can be understood.

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  10. Well written and informative! I appreciate the callout to ethics and building things that benefit us using these laws. I know in marketing campaigns, they will exploit these psychological laws to make sales and unfortunately marketing and design have some overlap. I hope more companies latch on to this and realize that as technologists, we have a big impact on people today.

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  11. Thanks for sharing such an amazing article, really informative

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  12. Sorry, commenting is closed on this article.