In 2006 Mr Raskin, a leading technology engineer himself, designed infinite scroll , one of the features of many apps that is now seen as highly habit forming. At the time, he was working for Humanized - a computer user-interface consultancy.
The take away? Don’t force the user to ask for more content: just give it to them.
↑ so nice...
La cheatsheet de Knacss v6 (pas super gagnant de remettre à 0 l’ensemble des pages de doc lors du passage à la version 7... :-( un archivage statique aurait été appréciable !)
A compléter avec les fichiers .md du github de la v6 sur ▻https://github.com/alsacreations/KNACSS/tree/v6/doc (pas trop pratique non plus pour la consultation...)
et la feuille de style complète non « minimifiée » : ▻https://github.com/alsacreations/KNACSS/blob/v6/css/knacss-unminified.css
An Introduction To Dark UX Patterns - Reality is a Game
In short dark patterns are user interface (UI) that purposefully trick the user to do something that they didn’t want to do. This includes adding items to a user’s shopping cart without their knowledge or signing them up for mailing lists they don’t want to be on. It even includes placing ads so users accidentally click on them in your app.
Easy to join, hard to leave