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‘User Inyerface’ Game Exposes Design Nightmares That Ruin Things For Everyone
By Mikelle Leow, 05 Jul 2019
Screenshot via User Inyerface
Most people in 2019 would have relatively secure passwords, but the requirements put forth by different websites to start an account makes it difficult for users to remember each one.
This is just one of numerous everyday design pains that should have died years ago. Yet, they continue to slow people’s browsing experiences down.
Calling out on persistent UI/UX nightmares is the hilariously-named ‘User Inyerface’, a quick game created by Belgian digital product agency Bagaar.
The rules of the game are pretty straightforward—all you have to do is fill out a form as quickly and accurately as possible. The task might seem simple for the everyday internet user, who should be so used to completing online forms, it’s embedded in their muscle memories. Or is it?
The agency describes the project as a “painful illustration of bad UX,” bringing to light how frustratingly frequent certain patterns have become.
You can play the ‘User Inyerface’ game for free here, though it’s likely that you have been caught in this simulation for years.
[via User Inyerface]
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