Hey, are you playing with tracking? Oh, you! Naughty, naughty! Bad designer! Stop right now!
It would seem that the principles of decent design are as old as the world. But shitty sites with drunk fonts, ticky-tacky graphics, and illogical solutions are still plentiful on the internet. The reason is usually simple: the one who accepted this design didn't understand damn even a thing about it and trusted the specialist view. But from artist to artist — discord.
From a Systems Theory viewpoint, any interface is a low-efficiency bottleneck where energy, speed, bandwidth, time, audience, and money are wasted.
If you take on something, then you are responsible for it. If you don't take on it, you don't respond. That's it.
Before releasing an extensive material, I decided to share a few little thoughts.
Imagine: It’s dark. Only narrow strips of sunlight find fault through the closed roller blinds, lying on the desk. The rustle of music in the headphones is barely audible. Periodically silence is disturbed by active mouse clicks and periodic tapping on the keyboard keys. Quiet, the exam is in progress! The designer creates masterpieces.