The lines between physical and products are blurring, which means there are essential factors that you ought to be applied to any interface in order to improve it’s utility, disability, accessibility, and enjoyment for your users.
Here are the top tips to do this.
Match the user’s experience with their expectations
When learning to use a new UI system, your user can experience friction and discomfort. This discomfort can be reduced by matching the product form and function, a sequence of steps, the layout of information, and UI terminology with the user’s expectations and prior experiences. A tool like Userzoom can be used throughout the process to help you research and improve your product design.
- Use common UI conventions and UI patterns
- Focus on your user’s needs
- Use the form follows function