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Design Expert: The Secrets to Better User Interfaces

Designer Scott Schaedle feels that user interfaces would look and function much better if developers simply followed a handful of good design practices.

Image: Pixabay
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9/19/2017 | 8:51:19 AM
Great UI design...
Am I the only one to notice the article mentions typeface choices among other items? Interesting how the typeface for this article is a dark grey and a bit lacking in contrast from the white background. Might be good for the young with great vision, but not so good for those of us over the age of 40.

Perhaps he could talk with Information Week about getting their UI a bit better.
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