Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Sunday, March 28, 2004

How To Apply Minimalism Principles To The Design Of Effective Human To Computer Interfaces

An excellent paper covering the application of Minimalist principles to interface design, UI optimization and other HCI-related work. In this presentation, the four basic principles of minimalism are introduced, (1. Choose an action-oriented approach, 2. Anchor the tool in the task domain, 3. Support error recognition and recovery, 4. Support reading to do, study, and locate) as well as some of the research done to support the principles, with the explanation of how they might contribute to our understanding of interface design.
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