How to achieve simplicity in your design
“The goal of every piece of design is to make an impression.”
What is simplicity?
Simplicity is not the same as usability, but a simple design is one that is easy to use or implement. Simplicity is a design principle that takes into consideration the end user's goals and proffer the simplest and easiest way to achieve these goals. Simplicity requires a UX designer to understand the users’ need and provide a design to fulfill those needs.
Simplicity in design
The objective of every design is to communicate with the end user. A design should impress and always convey a particular message. Most times in product design, keeping it simple is the best way. Simplicity ensures maximum clarity.
Simplicity is not just about using minimal colors for a logo or graphic design. It is much more about understanding your users and designing a product that helps them achieve their goals.
5 ways to achieve simplicity in any design
Creating a simple design requires a constant review of the design as well as removal of unnecessary details from the design. The point where there is nothing more to remove indicates that you have created the simplest design and your end user will be thankful for that.
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