⚡ Fueler Weekly 44: Why so many products are so badly designed?
From consumers to programmers to business leaders, must become more educated about what good design really means.
Nearly 80 years ago, we learned the hard way that when people make mistakes, it’s usually the fault of the technology itself, not the people using it.
When trying to design safer aircraft during WWII, cognitive psychologists Paul Fitts and Richard Jones proved it was the design of cockpits—how different buttons and levers were shaped and positioned—that explained crashes far more than what pilots did or did not do.
This paved the way for entire professions, including usability experts and user experience designers, that focus on making things so people can use them effectively.
💡 One Great Idea for the Ambitious
“A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.”
🚀 Three Best Projects of the Week
🎩 Trending Profile of the Week
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🧠 Most Viewed Byte of the Week
🌏 Creator Story of the Week
Today’s story about a guy who helps individuals in building an internet audience, a guy who helps brands build online communities.
Aadit is currently studying mechanical engineering from University College London(UCL) in business finance which is a mixture of engineering and accounting, finance modules. Besides, he writes about growth, self-improvement, mental clarity.
Q. What’s that one thing you want to achieve in 2021?
A. I have aimed to reach 10k followers on Twitter. And, start a podcast where I interview a combination of established and up and coming creators. This would be my way of giving back to help newer creators get a head start.
📚 One Free Resource of the Week
A fully interactive guide on going from ideation to 1000 users within 1 month.
Composed of tons of resources from tech figures like Paul Graham and Lenny Rachitsky, as well as an interactive interface where you can record and learn from your findings.
Alright folk, that seems like enough for this week, see you again next week 😎
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