08 January, 2018

The Ten Principles of Interaction Design

  1. Equitable: Be welcoming.

  2. Flexible: Provide options.

  3. Straightforward: Be obvious and not ambiguous.

  4. Perceptible: Don’t assume anything.

  5. Informative: Be timely, predictable, uncomplicated and precise.

  6. Preventative: Provide easy to follow instructions and gently guide users.

  7. Tolerant: Handle errors respectfully.

  8. Effortless: Don’t make demands or place restrictions on your users.

  9. Accommodating: Be approachable, uncluttered and give people room to manoeuvre.

  10. Consistent: Follow standards, guidelines, conventions and best practices.