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Jun 11, 2022
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We have been emphasizing B-side design for a long time, and the most important output product is not style, but interaction. Excellent interaction design can significantly improve operational efficiency, complete work tasks faster, and improve executive email list economic benefits. But how to explain it clearly is a very painful thing. The theoretical interaction principle is difficult to match with the difficulties encountered in real work scenarios. Everyone will executive email list have this feeling: no matter how much sharing and principles you see, you will not be able to interact well. Therefore, we want to discuss some basic requirements and characteristics of B-side interaction. The following is a brief analysis of some executive email list recent cases. 1. Global thinking of business priority In the B-side project, all work goals are centered on better solving business problems. A complete business requirement must include the common participation of a large number of components and processes. In the process of designing executive email list content, we often fall into over-focusing on the details of a certain unit, while ignoring the overall understanding of the overall business goals and priorities, resulting in problems caused by the end. Therefore, for each local component, we must think about its importance in the process, frequency of use, and usage scenarios. For example, in executive email list the student case screening component shared a while ago, we folded and merged the screening items exposed on the left, and modified them into the results shown on the right. Why is it that executive email list no matter how many design principles are seen, the B-side interaction cannot be done well? Just staring at the components, it can be clearly said that case 1 must be better to operate, because the filtering content is visible and there are fewer operation steps.
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