👻 UX Myth Busted #1
Courtesy of @uxgoodies
So these days I’m revisiting uxmyths.com ‘cause it’s a brilliant website (and I recommend visiting it!)
And I figured it’s a good idea to turn their content into bite-sized posts with my favorite myths ♥️🚀
So credits go to uxmyths.com for text content while the presentation is on my plate 😁 Keep spreading UX love! 🙌🏻♥️
All pages should be accessible in 3 click
Usability tests have long challenged the so called three-click rule or two tap rule. Contrary to popular belief, people don’t leave your site or app if they’re unable to find the desired information in 3 clicks or taps. In fact, the number of necessary clicks affects neither user satisfaction, nor success rate. That’s right; fewer clicks don’t make users happier and aren’t necessarily perceived as faster.
What really counts here is the ease of navigation, the constant scent of information along the user’s path. If you don’t make the user think about the clicks, they won’t mind having a few extra clicks.
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