What is the Law of context & Law of defaults in User design interface?
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- February 4, 2019 at 1:45 pm #53002
Law of context:
The user expects to see interface controls close to the object he wants to control. Keep things handy for users — if something can be edited, changed or otherwise controlled, place those controls right next to it.
Law of defaults:
The user will rarely change default settings. We don’t notice defaults, but they rule our world. So make sure all default values are as useful and practical as possible — it’s safe to assume some people will never change them.
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