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How to avoid Cognitive Overload for your Users



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Marc Andrew Cognitive overload. We hear this term bandied about a lot. User’s brains are definitely wired a little differently in this present day. I’ve mentioned here before about the Scan method that the majority of users now adhere to so we need to make sure that what we’re presenting to the user is well, very scannable (technical terms abound). A few key, no-brainer points to remember, are having a defined style that runs throughout your product, choosing adequate white-space to

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