Recently, I have started to give “interaction design and information architecture” training courses for UI and UX designers and interested developers in my company. Below you will find the content of my first course which starts with basics: interaction cost, usability heuristics, form components, visual hierarchy, gestalt principles, cognitive load, short-term memory, change blindness.
What is the interaction cost?
It is usually believed as interactions cost is the number of clicks that the user performs to reach their goal. …
This might not be only Pinterest’s fault however they are the ones who should have considered this case. Google “Continue as..” popover is hiding the Login button… and leaving me frustrated and annoyed in front of the screen.
Also, Pinterest, all your content is in the middle, screaming like “LOOK AT HERE, nowhere else, rest is a bunch of images in the background.” Is it so hard to put your login button in that middle white panel as well?