The interactive problem of qualitative change caused by quantitative change As one of the basic laws of materialist dialectics, "quantitative change leads to qualitative change" applies to the development law of many things, and I have recently discovered executive email list many similar problems in interaction design. For example, some common controls or interaction methods, in special scenarios with huge amount of data or too many levels, become a kind of existence that "ravages users". Therefore, in some B-side products in special business scenarios, when executive email list "Corner Case" becomes a normal state, common controls will start to cause "qualitative changes" due to "quantitative changes", which will suddenly become a problem for users. After reading the above two cases, we will find that conventional controls and common interaction methods are no longer easy to use in these "difficult" scenarios.
So can we find another way to use some other interactive thinking to solve these thorny interactive problems? 2. Difficulty dismantling method In fact, executive email list when it comes to "tricky" and "difficulty", you may have heard this kind of "chicken soup" on the Internet: "Don't be afraid of difficulties, difficulties can be disassembled, when a difficulty is disassembled into small pieces When the goal is reached, we will get closer and closer to the executive email list overall goal.” This is what I want to talk about today - the "difficulty dismantling method". When it comes to the difficult decomposition method, whether it is a variety of popular success studies on the Internet, or some mature project management theories (such as the classic Work
Breakdown Structure), there are detailed and in-depth research and practice on this. We usually apply this thinking to the management of complex work executive email list and projects, but today I want to do a bold experiment, apply the difficult disassembly method to interaction design, and see if the difficult disassembly method can be used to solve executive email list the problem. The problems we mentioned above seriously affect the interactive experience due to special business scenarios. Since we have to dismantle difficult problems, we cannot dismantle them at will.