Apr 10 2013

Simplifying For The Wrong Reasons

There has been a recent shift to Flat UI, No Interface and Hiding Navigation Menus. The basis of simplifying is good, but can be counter-intuitive if badly executed. “Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.”, Albert Einstein said. When a product is too simple, it can become sterile or worse, it can be deceptive and frustrating at times.

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Hiding Navigation Menus

The best user experience reduces the amount of clicks to as few as possible. It makes sense to have a Menu icon on mobile because of the lack of screen real estate, but for desktop and tablets, that is not the case. A good navigation keeps the menu simple – you should typically have 3 items or fewer alongside the logo. Those items should be frequently used.

Hiding a navigation menu not only adds an extra click but also takes up one of the 3 important menu items. It’s a compromise. For the Web, this menu concept should be treated as a drop down menu and should be used only for secondary options. By making things visible, you increase the chance that your users will see and use your menus. Hide to solve clutter, but only if there is clutter.

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Flat UI

A flat user interface simplifies the visual richness, but can compromise the clarity of important design elements such as buttons. It also doesn’t rely on real life metaphors that people are familiar with. While those metaphors can be of bad taste and quite distracting (see Find My Friends), there are also good metaphors such as physics, animations, sounds and gestures.

The simplest metaphor of all is of course the button. There are buttons everywhere, from the door bell to your phone’s home button. Buttons should be designed in a way that it stands out, whether you apply gradients or flat colors.

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Regardless of the style you are going for, make sure that you design with clarity. If you’re going flat, you must have a solid understanding of colors and contrast. If you’re going realistic, practice your gradients and shadows. Design is how it works, therefore make it obvious and functional.

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No Interface

Simplifying an interface to a point of having no interface can be rewarding, but can come with a cost. There are False Positives and that is the danger of No Interface. Think for example of Google Now, which serves you information by guessing who you are. It is a great concept in theory, but when the guesses are wrong, it can be very frustrating. Siri is another example. How many times have you been disappointed by how well Siri understands you? Accuracy plays a big role in earning the user’s trust.

Good design is honest, and with honesty comes trust. When you see a button, you know exactly how it’s going to behave. There is delight in using a beautiful interface.

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This is not to say that No Interface will never happen. When technology can guess at a 100% accuracy, it will happen. In fact, as designers, we should always aim for As Little Design As Possible. But rules are meant to be broken, and while following one particular design principle, you must not compromise other principles such as honesty and clarity. Sometimes, you have to make the hard decision to prioritize.

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  3. Cat Smith says:

    Meng, great article. I completely agree with you and love the points you used in this article. I think flat design is beautiful in the same way I think anything other than flat is beautiful – if executed properly. I think so many users become wrapped up in using the clean flat look that we forget to account for things such as “does this look like a button or a banner” – I myself am guilty of this, too.

    I definitely would love and plan to write an article touching on some things about this topic as well.

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  5. Jason Li says:

    Meng, big fan of your work and writing.
    Was able to learn a lot from this post. Thank you!

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  8. @flaccus says:

    as much as I love simplicity, but the current trend is just wrong (from a usability point of view)
    http://t.co/hwdO3CFZH1

  9. @_antihero says:

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  11. Ed says:

    Hi Meng, great article. I was about to write one similar myself! I’m quite fond of simplifying ‘less important’ or lower depth regions, such as modal boxes. Along with using wells to section specific areas and using style, shape and size (such as subtle gradients or shadows) on key functions (such as buttons) to accentuate their purpose and definition over the flatter elements.

    I work as a UI designer for Moonfruit (http://www.moonfruit.com) and have been working on creating a logical workflow for users to effectively upgrade or ‘migrate’ their sites from Flash to an HTML5 version. Along with the correct messaging, I’ve found this type of style particularly effective:

    http://postimg.org/image/ccs9aegeb/full/

    It would be great to hear your thoughts! Thanks.

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  14. Awesome Article Meng. Completely agree with you. Especially the notion about flat buttons being mistaken for banners/titles.

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  21. I’ve always found it odd that the web community all of the sudden decided that three horizontal bars represents a menu. I don’t think the rest of the world sees it this way yet, which is why I tend to use the word “Menu” or “Nav” in place of those three bars when it’s needed.

    Flat design is a great aesthetic and I love it, but it shouldn’t compromise your users understanding of what they are looking at. When that happens you aren’t simplifying anything you are requiring more work on your users end to take action.

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  48. Caleb says:

    Meng, thanks for sharing your thoughts! I agree that some designers are overstepping the bounds of minimalism when designing elements like buttons and navigation – and don’t get me wrong, I really like flat design.

    When you can’t tell what something does (like a button) then you need to seriously rethink your design and approach it from an end user’s usability perspective.

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  52. Zac says:

    “The best user experience reduces the amount of clicks to as few as possible.”

    It sounds like this is a contradiction of Steve Krug’s usability law #2: “It doesn’t matter how many times I have to click, as long as each click is a mindless, unambiguous choice.” Agree?

    Great article!

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  60. @iTexico says:

    You need to be careful when it’s about UX/UI design, specially if your want to simplify it. Here’s a great article http://t.co/mDNpiKDY1p

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  63. Barry says:

    Good points. Best to make a Keynote prototype and get in front of people. You’ll know almost immediately whether you’ve gone too far in the flat/minimalist aesthetic.

    In the hidden nav dept., I like how Pinterest handles their nav in the mobile app. it goes away when scrolling down. Upon stopping or scrolling up it re-emerges, when it’s actually needed.

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  67. Some great points Meng. I think that design trends sometimes have a negative impact on good design. These days everyone wants a flat UI, simply because it’s cool. Flat UI’s are tough to get right as defining hierarchy can become a problem. Hiding UI elements can work well in certain situations but novice users will have trouble with discoverability. I guess it’s all a balancing act in the end. Keep up the great work :-)

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  69. Good, timely article. I appreciate your point about buttons. Skeuomorphism fears aside, there’s just something inherently unintuitive about a completely flat button.

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  101. Axel Rock says:

    Great article. This is a question I’m always asking myself, even more when I work on my own projects. Thank you

  102. miguel says:

    Good article, but I don’t think there is a linear connection between the number of clicks and user experience.

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  118. […] all the rage lately, partially for the supposed reason that it is honest (Though many designers do not agree with this) but also, in my opinion, a way for the web (which is still quite young) to rebel like a teenager […]

  119. Pat G says:

    Nice. Thanks. In my mind, ‘users’ will evolve. Our difficulty now is to enable them to either recognize the interface (low-cognitive load) or learn the interface (high cognitive load). Their motivation to learn will depend on the stickyness or need to be in the page at all. This gives us perhaps an indicator for where we can flatten, or not.

    As the fashion develops, so users will become more astute at what to look for – as a group they’ll learn how to interact with the new offerings, eventually vindicating the design. I’m learning Windows 8 now, and understanding why Windows+C removes my hand from my mouse… because the motor effort required to mouse-off to the corner is greater! Charming.

    From my perspective, I’m with you being uneasy with flatty design. The 3-dimensional metaphors of ye olde days worked because users ‘knew’ a button from everyday experience. With flatty, established users face a higher cognitive and motor cost (initially, at least) to learn the visual language.

    Has anyone experience with flatty design and completely new technology users? Do they recognize the invitation to interact with flatty as quickly as I would expect them to with a more traditional approach of 3D metaphor?

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  132. @sirlund says:

    “Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.” A. Einstein :) http://t.co/grM5bAXWd8

  133. Hi Meng,

    At aarki we are trying to build a UI/UX for our new ad platform. Wanted to know if you are available on contract or full time to work on this project?

    Let me know if you are available? you can email me or call me at srikant@aarki.com/310-994-9695.

    Thanks,
    Srikant

  134. Hi Meng,
    I just created a simple web app to centralize the great .sketch resources offered by the design community.
    I saw that you posted some great stuff that you made with sketch and I took the liberty to put them on the site so other people can easily find them.
    I hope it’s ok, let me know if it’s not!
    Best,
    Max

  135. @novikoff says:

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  138. Deb says:

    I am not a designer — just a customer of many online systems. I’ve been using Squarespace since 2005 and Flickr since 2004.

    I’m a HUGE fan of Squarespace though I have not converted to their latest version as it makes no sense to me – its as if I’m on another planet in another galaxy so I’m sticking with Version 5 as it is an option. That makes me incredibly happy as I don’t know what I would do if they required us to convert to their new version someday.

    Now I’m horribly frustrated with the launch of the New Flickr and I’m not alone. Are you familiar with Flickr or their new launch? I found my way to your blog when I googled UI – UX design. Or something like that… which was mentioned in the feedback forum.

    Many Flickr members have been pushing back and asking the leadership to restore some of the features. I don’t know how their change relates to this topic other than it appears the new Flickr was a design to hide or eliminate some functions so that it will work on an iPhone, iPad, Android, etc. but what happened was at the expense of desktop users needs. There was no warning of this change.

    Parts of the Old Flickr that I remember still exists . If I click on certain menu options I can see it, but the Homepage and each member’s personal photostream defaults to a huge grid of pictures which requires endless scrolling.

    Obviously many Flickr members are quite emotional about the changes as evident in the many forum topics. Here is a link to the main one which Flickr moderators are asking members to use to keep feedback on the site design contained.

    This is the main one…. http://www.flickr.com/help/forum/en-us/72157633547442506/page253/

    There are some well worded assessments of the specific problems with the new design and then there tons of just angry members.

    I would dearly love to get some designer’s perspective on the Flickr design change — You and/or your expert readers. I’m so eager to learn what is good or not so good (whether I want to hear it or not) about this change.

    Thank you for your time.

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  146. Steve says:

    Sorry I meant as one of the first lines in the article.

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