Jakob's Law emphasizes the importance of leveraging familiar interface patterns and conventions to enhance user productivity without the need for extensive learning. While familiarity typically leads to intuitive understanding and frictionless interactions, there are instances where deviating from established norms to introduce novelty in design can be beneficial. Jon Yablonski explains all on LawsofUX.


29th May 2024


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design psychology

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