UX and Organizational Culture

Work Simulator

#1: Visibility of system status

#2: Match between system and the real world

#3: User control and freedom

#4: Consistency and standards

#5: Error prevention

#6: Recognition rather than recall

#7: Flexibility and efficiency of use

#8: Aesthetic and minimalist design

#9: Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors

#10: Help and documentation

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A UX / UI Designer. A mad scientist, a curious problem solver, always learning to provide a unique experience.

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