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Contour Bias Contour Bias Contour bias is a tendency to favor contoured objects overs sharp angled or pointed objects. When we look at the natural world around us we see many contours and curves such as the surrounding environment around us, including our own appearances. It's a natural process! Material design uses a lot of rectangles with sharp ...


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Generally speaking UX problems dont have a DIRECT connection to the type of design the developer went for and therefor they originate from a DEVELOPER not knowing how to effectively use its elements to make the application easy to understand. I have a feeling you are asking what are generally the most common UX "sins" committed from developers utilizing ...


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I've used Material Design quite a bit and have reasoned the following drawbacks: 1. Animations are cute but can be cognitively distracting Material Design's extensive use of animated transitions really helps bring the interface to life and give it a vibrant personality, but animations can ultimately be counterproductive because the human brain is very ...



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