Functional Groups — How can other areas of study help us explain the grouping of elements in design?
🇺🇸 Have you ever wondered why an element is positioned at the X and Y point of an interface? Or, why is it next to another item? Meet the Functional Groups, which are present in several study areas.
An item can be considered an element when it has the functionality or in the product in which it is inserted, and can be informative or executable. The positioning of this element is directly linked to its characteristics. Some examples of interfaces elements:
When we group elements that have characteristics in
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