Learning Portfolio Week 8

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The Aesthetic-Usability Effect

The Aesthetic-Usability Effect Q1 The aesthetic-usability effect is when an object looks easier to use because it appears beautiful to the user. In their book, Universal-Usability Effect,  Lidwell, Holden and Butler describe aesthetic-usability effect as “a phenomenon in which people perceive more-aesthetic designs as easier to use…wether they are or not” (Lidwell, Holden, & Butler, … Continue reading