5 Lessons I Learned From Designing the VRUI of Beloola

Vincent Munoz
Sep 17, 2015 · 6 min read

1. Consider New Inputs

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2. Design Simple and Relevant Interfaces

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3. Create “Diegetic” Interfaces

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4. UI must be Easy

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5. Always Test your Design

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Conclusion

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Vincent Munoz

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UX/UI Designer at @Sencrop. Previously at @Giroptic, @_VCult, @Gobelins_Paris and @Cnam_Enjmin. Co-founder of @piratesdodouce and @fairytell_me.

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Vincent Munoz

Written by

UX/UI Designer at @Sencrop. Previously at @Giroptic, @_VCult, @Gobelins_Paris and @Cnam_Enjmin. Co-founder of @piratesdodouce and @fairytell_me.

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