Cognitive biases serve an important purpose, that is why they got to stay with is and have been with us for millennia.
Yhey defended us from predators, helped us made “life or death” decisions, helped us make quick value judgements to better decide for what was better for us and…
Another perspective is to see it through two of Dieter Rams’ Principles of Design:
Good [Interface] Design Is Unobtrusive : Products fulfilling a purpose are like tools. They are neither decorative objects nor works of art. Their design should therefore be both neutral and restrained, to leave room for the user’s…
Some parallel thoughts:
A way to interpret invisible design is “not needed to be (immediately/always) seen” design. So for example, your wristwatch: how many times you look at it and get the time (use) and then asked about its design many don’t remember, because the design was invisible to the use (as inobstructive).