History of UX: Feng Shui and Three Principals of UX

1. Balance

balanced stone
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wooden bathroom
Photo by shawnanggg on Unsplash

2. Decluttering

Creating a functional and harmonious space requires a room atmosphere that refreshes the eyes (fresh). One way is to remove or eliminate objects or objects that are not needed. As a quote from Ken Kesey, an American novelist in his book One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest says “Take what you can use and let the rest go by.”

Wind plan
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3. Functionality

UX Designers are experts when it comes to functionality. Every design made must have a purpose so that its function will refer to that purpose. One example of a website display that has poor functionality is an article or reading that uses a slideshow format. The user has to put in quite a lot of effort to get the information out of the article. The user must be aware that there is more reading than is shown on the screen, then the user must find a button to go to the next page. Finally, the user must also press the continue button each time to go to the next reading.

example of slides website
Source : www.lifewire.com/what-is-slideshare-how-does-it-work
Bagua Maps
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