I didn’t post anything on human behaviour and its relationship to design lately. Here’s one more post with a small amount of slides that quickly summarizes the main points of “designing for error”. Every UX developer, designer and product manager should be aware that people make mistakes, and sometimes don’t even recognise them as mistakes.
After recommending the article on cognitive load, I would like to link to an article on cognitive strain in navigational elements by the highly esteemed Jakob Nielsen.
His article shows how to minimize cognitive strain in website (or product) navigation, and as usual, shows some nice screenshots to illustrate the case.