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obviously, when we close the first tag, Chrome according to our behavior, "guess" we may have the need to continuously close multiple labels. So they designed such a small detail, greatly enhance the user experience in this application scenarios. When the user mouse moves out of the label area >
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in fact, the author believes that this story is precisely proof of the user behavior, the user suggested the need for analysis. In fact, the "customer" in the story has clearly expressed their demand, but not "horse", but "faster."". The emergence and development of the car, it is precisely to solve the "faster" this demand, but also created the success of Ford.
when the number of tags is small Figure 1, Chrome sets a fixed width about 200 pixels per label. When new labels are constantly opened, Chrome shrinks the width of each tag so that it has enough space to arrange Figure 2. In the scene, when we finished reading, click the close button behind a label, we found the design details: the tag is turned off, but then the remaining labels do not adjust the size of the time, but to move forward, to fill the position of the label is turned off. In this way, my mouse falls naturally on the next button of the next label without any operation Figure 4. That is, if the user needs to turn off 5 tabs in a row, then the user can click the mouse 5 times at the closing button behind the first label. There is no need to think at all during the operation,
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in the design of Internet products, sometimes we have to carefully observe the user’s behavior, we can to some extent foresee the purpose behind these behaviors. If properly designed on this basis, it can often be improved on some experience details. Here are some related examples to illustrate:
: "how can users quickly and efficiently close multiple tabs?"
when we use a web browser, often have this scenario: in a list page, multiple links we click on the page, every link to open a new tab to display the contents of the article. We read the contents of these tags in turn and, after reading, there is a need to turn them off in turn. In such a scenario, Chrome designed such a detail, as shown in figure
starts with a little story.
before the Internet used to "want to do research" this thing has been discussed, which noted that Ford had his own interpretation of the invention of this: "if I asked my customers what they want, their answer is: a faster horse." A friend used it as an example to challenge the need for research and even bring it to Jobs.