To date we have discussed some good practices for designing an user interface. These include making sensible use of styling, layout, tone of voice and so on.
But a good interface must also take into account the capabilities of people. This includes
- How people perceive the world around them
- Recognising that people have limited attention span
- How limitations of human memory should guide interface design
- How people learn
This mini-web will take you through some of the issues and suggest good practice when putting together an interface.