5 UX and Product Design Tips to Reduce Users’ Cognitive Overload and Burnout

Each time a person visits a website, the brain starts a learning process. While attempting to remember why one visited the website in the first place, each activity takes up processing space in the brain. This may lead to cognitive load, which refers to the mental work required to process information. Users of smartphones and computers rapidly learned that running too many apps simultaneously causes the gadget to lag or even freeze. Actually, the human brain experiences many of the same things. Human brains can only process a finite amount of information before slowing down. Memory capacity, cognitive speed, and the capability to comprehend information all suffer from information overload. Giving the brain too many options, a lack of clarity, visual clutter, and forcing it to think something through more…
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