I recently found this incredible website that lists the laws of UX Design, presented as minimalist posters:
It was created by Jon Yablonski referring to maxims that he regularly use in his day to day job as a UX Designer. Some of them come from psychology, and you might recognize a few from the principles of the Gestalt. Initially there where 10 laws, but I just realized he added 2 more, so it’s a work in progress that he is curating.
When you click each law, you get to the poster, a description of the law, and a longer history of the law. Also, you will get links to related resources plus a link to download the poster in high resolution, in case you want to print it to decorate your studio’s wall.
Here’s an example of one of the laws:
“People remember uncompleted or interrupted tasks better than completed tasks.”
Go ahead and check out this great resource, not just for the information, but to get inspired by the design direction of the posters themselves, a design decision he took to help readers remember each law.
I'm a UX Designer, MBA and founder of EPIPHY. I love helping clients solve business needs with design, storytelling and teaching. My passion is education and the sharing of my experiences to help people solve problems.