On Human Interaction Design. Q&A with Jin Cao

Q1. What are the main criteria for good human interaction design (UX)?

Good interaction design can optimize the user’s experience, and its essence is to be able to avoid mistakes in a reasonable user flow. The user stream can be completed on time, complete the user’s goal in the corresponding user situation, will not forget their goals in the process of behavior, and will not go wrong, the overall fluency is very high.

Q2. Why does the UI style change from materialization to flattening?

Because the contact of modern social information is increasing, the amount of information that the human brain receives in a certain period of time is very limited. How to maximize the use of limited information is the most important point.
When we are confronted with a variety of materialized things, the actual speed of receiving information is very slow. After the flattening, you can reduce people’s stress through the hue, contrast, or something in it, and you can quickly know what kind of information is.

The psychological change is actually the change in the amount of information received. The social development leads to information explosion. Users want to get simpler information, receive, understand, and process information faster, learn information, and avoid mistakes in the process so they can quickly reach your goals.

Jin Cao

Jin Cao, Samsung Research American.
I think that UX design is a universal design principle, exists in every corner of our lives. User experience is like the user’s employment of the products, good product user experience is obvious. I’m fascinated by how interactive, visual & motion staff in the digital world, and brings a better experience to users.
I’m a UX/UI & HCI product designer—Focus on APP & web design (communication, efficiency, health & safety), ID background with the intelligent device, Career direct in UX/UI or HCI/Graphic designer.Industrial Designer (Band II) at Samsung.

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