This is a really important message to all designers in general but maybe to IT-departments in particular because this is one of the major driving force behind the polarizing power shift towards the providers of generic and useful functions and the user = away from the obfuscating technology middle men.
Tom Johnson applies this design principle to documentation:But is less always more? I’m not sure. But if Apple’s minimalistic designs are any indicator of trends, minimalism in documentation is something to pay attention to. Here are five ideas for minimizing documentation…
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P A Martin Börjesson
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