According to Paul Adams there are 4 aspects to design: outcome, system, interaction and visual.
Unfortunately, I think we often focus our attention on the visual side of things.
This can create all sorts of different usability issues.
Here I‘ll share some of the most common examples of this and why it’s problematic.
# 1. Making buttons and links look the same
There are quite a few reasons why we make buttons and links look the same.
But if we do, we’ll cause problems for some users.
For example, screen reader users would not see a link (which is a
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