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Good design can reduce psychological noise by balancing business goals with user needs.
Physiological noise is a distraction that occurs as a result of a physiological process and interferes with communication. Any element that interferes with the interpretation of information from the design to the receiver is referred to as noise.
Proximity is the practice of using space to make certain items appear related.
Proximity implies that items that are close together are regarded as a unit. Related content is displayed near together on your web page or on your profile, forming a visual unit.
A design method to test our products and services to make them more awesome and make us better designers.
A prototype is a pre-production sample, model, or release of a product designed to validate an idea or method. A prototype is typically created by designers to assess a new design in order to improve the result.
Start small, grow big when planning and designing websites.
Progressive enhancement is a web design method that prioritizes online content, enabling everyone to access the basic information and functionality of a web page while those with more advanced browser features or quicker Internet connectivity get the enhanced version.
When it comes to designing responsively, the pixel is dead.
A pixel is the smallest addressable element in a raster image or the smallest addressable element in an all points addressable display device. It's the tiniest, most controllable part of a picture on the screen.
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