Most of us are bombarded with noise. And most of us probably do some bombarding.
You want to influence a customer to buy, a colleague to act, or a supporter to donate.
And so, it seems, does the rest of the world.
“Ads, instructions, industrial design—they all work better when they try to say one thing at a time.”
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Distilling complex information down into a manageable, understandable format isn’t easy.
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