"When in doubt, psychology is involved." Ha! You're probably thinking about money already, aren't you? Do you always do that? Relax, I was joking. It's natural because that's how our minds work. That's why I decided to design websites with users in mind. Let me explain.
My goal is to take care of your customers. Each of us can only absorb a certain amount of information. If there's too much of it, the user may get lost or miss important information. That's how cognitive filters work (you'll read about them on my blog someday)
Websites look great on different devices. This means that on a large screen, a small screen, or a medium-sized screen, the user will intuitively navigate through it.
"Less is more." And more means "more sensibly." Do you agree? You don't have to be a master of logic to realize that it doesn't sound quite right. The message is: "Less clutter" on your website means "more satisfaction" with its use.
Everyone wants to know it, but we still shy away from it. In a world of instant information exchange, it's difficult for us to determine what's true and what's fake news. I don't know about you, but sometimes it takes me a lot of time to figure out what's black and what's white. By signing up for the newsletter, I will share my thoughts based on reliable scientific knowledge. Sometimes I will let you know about the news on this website. I will write infrequently, but specifically.