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What do you do if you want people to get to a particular destination? You show them the way. In user experience design, it should work the same way. Don’t expect that users come to your website or app ready to fiddle and learn the ropes. It’s designers’ job to make the way to the conversion as easy and intuitive as possible. Directional cues are among the key factors for reaching this goal.
We've just published an article in Tubik Blog revising the popular types of directional cues in web and mobile user interfaces, and this is a title illustration designed for it. Welcome to read and check practical examples.
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