The success of any visual composition highly relates to how people perceive it.
For designers dealing with user experience, knowledge of cognitive abilities and mechanisms is highly helpful in creating a user-friendly product.
I have always been fascinated by the way the human mind works.
We explore the phenomenon of “pseudo-notifications”, and conclude with some thoughts on what the future might hold for this common UI design pattern.
One of the greatest information processors we deal with in our everyday life cannot be seen or touched.
It’s important to understand exactly how biases works, so that we can design for and with them rather than against them.
How to make people love the product The IKEA effect is a cognitive bias that can influence the outcome and perceived value of products to a big degree. People tend…
The 14 cognitive dimensions were created more than 20 years ago and have a special focus in programming languages, but are incredibly relevant to design today. In this article, Fabio…
People judge an experience by the most intense point and the end point. The judgement is not made from the sum of the entire experience. This is called the peak-end…
Learning more about psychology can help designers learn about how people make decisions, form habits and understand content. Armed with that knowledge, UX designers can better create products that are…