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Interactive design of any kind means walking a very fine line between not enough information and information overload. At the core of that balancing act is one of the most important principles of UX and Design: progressive disclosure.
Progressive disclosure means that onscreen, we only want what we need right now. We only need enough to take the very next action; we only need what we’ve asked for.
If you’ve ever wondered how to decide what’s really needed onscreen at any point in the user’s journey, download my FREE Progressive Disclosure Cheat Sheet. It’s a simple series of Yes/No questions that will help you determine when to keep something visible, hide it for later or delete it altogether.