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Effectivity in Simplicity

Effectivity in Simplicity

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“Simple can be harder than complex; you have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.” – Steve Jobs.

We often find a website full of unnecessary words or images. Twitter feed, Facebook post, image gallery, drop-down menu, and share button that are not placed in order will cause you stress and feeling uncomfortable. Think about the most important thing you have to tell and discard the unnecessary things. So it can be easier for the visitors to remember your message and everything can go more effective and efficient.

Like what Steve Jobs said, simplicity is sometimes a difficult concept to be understood. Simplicity is not just about a beautiful visual, but also how a website can be user-friendly and attract more visitors. This is about how to understand people, get insight, and see things in various perspectives. Before typing codes and letters, it’s better if we can be full of empathy and consideration. Remember that you will create something that is not just for yourself, but also other people.

Steve Jobs advanced the art of simplicity although he’s not a web designer. Why? Because he wanted to try to understand.