Flat Design: Why you should question Nielsen Norman’s research on the trendy design style.

The Nielsen Norman Group is probably the most influential usability consultancy in the design industry. So, when they publish an article about their research findings titled “Flat UI Elements Attract Less Attention and Cause Uncertainty”, many designers perk up and pay attention.

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Sr Product Designer @ Meta/Facebook. Previously HubSpot & Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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Sean Dexter

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Sr Product Designer @ Meta/Facebook. Previously HubSpot & Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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