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Jun 18, 2022
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Designers often feel that only a few pixels are missing, which has no effect on the overall situation. However, if a few pixels are wasted here, and a few pixels are wasted there, the entire page is much worse. This is the layout of the his page. There is a lot of information on one page, and the medical record is very long, and most of it can be seen on one page. This executive email list is the medical record of saas. According to this spacing, the above medical record needs to be drawn up for several pages. It is very troublesome for doctors to write the medical record, and executive email list it is also very troublesome to review it after writing. (3) Use less icons Designers also have a common problem: they don’t like to write text, they like to use icons, and then they spend a lot of energy to design a beautiful icon. As a result, users can’t understand it at all, and they don’t pay. Icons are very common on the C side, one executive email list is to save space, and the other is to look good. However, in B-end products, the fewer icons, the better. Except for the commonly used icon of a trash can, such as the delete button, everyone can understand it. It is best not to put icons designed by yourself. Every time I see an icon, I have to react in executive email list my head, what does it mean? Even the abbreviation of the text is more intuitive and easier to understand than this. For example, how do you feel when you see the dense icons on this page? Anyway, I used it several times and didn't remember the meaning of each icon, and I still had to hover the mouse to read the text every time. Summarize There is no doubt that B-end products should attach great importance to user experience. This directly affects their productivity executive email list, which in turn affects software renewal rates. A good user experience can start from the business level, interaction level, and visual level. More often, our primary consideration is the user' executive email list fluency and ease of use, rather than the complexity of the implementation, the limitations of the existing framework of the system, and the standards of existing specifications. The difficulties on the system are left to the internal solutions of products and development, and the greatest convenience is left to the users. Author: Team Smart, Senior Product Manager of Lilac Garden.
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