Aesthetic-Usability Examples

3 Examples of everyday products that meet the aesthetic‐usability effect principle 1. Makeup When it comes to designer makeup, the price can be upward of three times as much as the drugstore counterparts. The reality is that you aren't paying for a big difference in ingredients, so much as you're paying for attributes such as brand name, fragrance …

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Aesthetic-Usability Effect

In the page provided, we were given information on 'The aesthetic-usability effect' which discussed how people perceive a product as more successful based on the aesthetic of it. Attractiveness in design creates more approachable looks that cause users to observe websites more positively. This page endorses the use of aesthetic designs when possible. Lidwell, Holden and Butler (2010) talked about the …

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