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Some designers says putting lot of call-to-action together is better. Because the user can get their goals more easily and quickly. It's not true. It's not important how many actions as it is how productive those actions are. Because every action or interaction should take the user closer their goal while eliminating. I highly recommend you to read these ...


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After posting the question, and looking at the tree some more, I realized I can optimize for the type of user persona by shuffling things around. For example, a user that wants to get started right away probably wants a quick Matchmaking option. By removing the "Matchmaking" button, and showing the "Ranked/Unranked" right away, I effectively promote that ...



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