Cognitive load refers to the amount of mental effort required to use a product or complete a task. In UX design, cognitive load is an important consideration because users have a limited amount of mental resources, and if a product requires too much cognitive effort, users may become frustrated, confused, or disengaged.
Cognitive load can be divided into three types: intrinsic, extraneous, and germane.
How to Avoid Common Pitfalls? To create a product with a low cognitive load, you should follow some basic guidelines:
As a software expert, I have extensive knowledge of cognitive load and its impact on user experience. With my expertise, I can guide you in creating a product with a low cognitive load, leading to a better user experience. So, if you want to build an MVP with a user-friendly design, I can provide you with reliable advice and support throughout the process.
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