Top 7 Laws Of UX Design, Explained With Simple Graphics

Top 7 Laws Of UX Design, Explained With Simple Graphics

Dubai-based UI/UX designer Alejandro Ausejo has compiled a useful series of design tips titled “7 laws of UX design” based on several studies on human behavior and psychology by respectful scientists. These include:

• Von Restorff Effect – Hedwig von Restorff ⁣
• Hick’s Law – William Edmund Hick and Ray Hyman⁣
• Fitt’s Law – Paul Fitts⁣
• Zeigarnik Effect – Bluma Wulfovna Zeigarnik⁣
• Serial Position Effect – Herman Ebbinghaus⁣
• Law of Common Region – Gestalt Psychology⁣
• Law of Proximity – Gestalt Psychology⁣

These laws show us how we perceive and process visual data. If you have an understanding of how our brain analyzes information, you have a clear advantage in creating a successful user experience. Check out the laws below, and keep them in mind the next time you design an interface.








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