Bad UX Roundup #17: Rain, Information Architecture, and Ergonomics


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Another week, another assortment of atrocious design worthy of MOMA. In the interest of variety, I have added a few newcomers to this issue. One is a piece of architectural design and the other is a brand I have never featured before. Of course, I have also included the requisite examples from big brands like Facebook and Apple, because those companies are bad design factories. All in all, it’s a good haul this week.

If you’re wondering what gravity has to do with all of this, you’re just going to have to keep reading.

Important lessons

  • Know your user and the circumstances in which they will be using your product.
  • Sometimes simpler really is better.

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