Businesses and consumers have been paying close attention to product design in the last couple of decades.
Just think of Steve Jobs and how he emphasized the beautiful design of the new product called iPhone.
Moreover, product designs evolve each year as they try to adapt to consumer's experience to make it as best as possible.
Beautiful design creates an emotional appeal, but it also conveys clear information.
However, there are still some products that are not too concerned with design. This poor design often leads to miscommunication.
Think of a simple product as a boarding pass, it has all the information on it, however, it is not clearly organized.
If we eliminate the unneccessary information and organize the most important one, there would be less miscommunication and missed flights.
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