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A tendency to see objects and patterns as three-dimensional when certain visual cues are present. People have evolved to see things as three-dimensional whenever possible — even when things are clearly not three-dimensional. The following visu...

A tendency to prefer savanna-like environments to other types of environments. People tend to prefer savanna-like environments—open areas, scattered trees, water, and uniform grassiness—to other natural environments that are simple, such as ...

The von Restorff effect, also known as the "isolation effect", predicts that when multiple homogeneous stimuli are presented, the stimulus that differs from the rest is more likely to be remembered.[1] The theory was coined by German psychiatrist and...

Objects and environments that embody naturalness, simplicity, and subtle imperfection achieve a deeper, more meaningful aesthetic. Wabi-sabi is at once a world view, philosophy of life, type of aesthetic, and, by extension, principle of design. The ...

GOMS is a model of human performance and it can be used to improve human-computer interaction efficiency by eliminating useless or unnecessary interactions. GOMS is an abbreviation from: G → Goals O → Operators M → Methods S → Selection ...

A series of steps (“flow”) that users complete for a specific task. It is a single flow completed similarly by all users for a specific action. Ex. Sign Up. Task flows have a singular flow, they don’t branch out. One of the different di...

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