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1. Law of Clarity User will avoid interface elements without a clear meaning 2. Law of Preferred Action User will feel more at ease when they understand the preferred action 3. Law of Context Interface controls are easier to use if they are close to the object the user wants to control 4. Law of Defaults Default settings are important, users will rarely ever change them 5. Law of Guided Action If you ask a user to do something, they will probably do it 6. Law of Feedback User will feel more confident if you provide clear feedback constantly 7. Law of Easing Users more inclined to perform a complex task if it is broken into smaller steps
great info thanks for sharing
@AutoExtremist it's my pleasure! are you interested in UI/UX?
@AutoExtremist that's great! I'm really interested in UI too!