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Friction serves different purposes in game design and experience design, and practitioners in each camp can learn a thing or two from the other.

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Users assess the perceived cognitive load of engaging with your product or service based on environmental cues they might not even be aware of—design accordingly.

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In an excerpt from The Simplicity Cycle, author Dan Ward explains how to leverage complexity and simplicity to achieve goodness in design.

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Leveraging the subconscious rules we follow surrounding availability, affect, and representativeness can reduce friction in experience design.

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