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Let's say you gothave the perfect UI (hypothetical of course) in terms of position of buttons, etc. Now would it be a better UI if you styled everything nicenicely, or would it not matter at all? Does a UI get better if you give it nice colors, even if everything else stays the same? I don't mean like "it's nicer to use". Would it actually be easier to use?

Let's say you got the perfect UI (hypothetical of course) in terms of position of buttons, etc. Now would it be a better UI if you styled everything nice, or would it not matter at all? Does a UI get better if you give it nice colors, even if everything else stays the same? I don't mean like "it's nicer to use". Would it actually be easier to use?

Let's say you have the perfect UI (hypothetical of course) in terms of position of buttons, etc. Now would it be a better UI if you styled everything nicely, or would it not matter at all? Does a UI get better if you give it nice colors, even if everything else stays the same? I don't mean like "it's nicer to use". Would it actually be easier to use?

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Does style matter in a good UI?

Let's say you got the perfect UI (hypothetical of course) in terms of position of buttons, etc. Now would it be a better UI if you styled everything nice, or would it not matter at all? Does a UI get better if you give it nice colors, even if everything else stays the same? I don't mean like "it's nicer to use". Would it actually be easier to use?