Intuitive Web Design: How to Make Your Website Intuitive to Use

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The easier your website it is to use, the more people use it. An essential part of “easy to use” is intuitive. Intuitive web design means that when a user sees it, they know exactly what to do. The main thing about intuitive design is that it’s invisible. Design is intuitive when users can focus on a task at hand without stopping even for a second. Intuitive designs direct people’s attention to tasks that are important. In the end, an intuitive design focuses on experience.

Author Peep Laja wrote this interesting article about intuitive web design and its various obstacles for the ultimate user experience. Why you should know your users, untuitive navigation, conceptual models and how to redesign a Website are just a few things he’s tackled.

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