UI elements are not so elementary
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Dmitri Mendeleev's periodic table looks simple, it doesn't strike as if the elements are, in fact, significantly different from one another. But when you dig in and understand that just a 'seemingly insignificant' property of the number of electrons and protons makes for a vast difference in the way each element acts and reacts in proximity to others - you get a taste of how a harmless looking list can hide all the relevant complexity.
Dmitri Mendeleev's periodic table looks simple, it doesn't strike as if the elements are, in fact, significantly different from one another. But when you dig in and understand that just a 'seemingly insignificant' property of the number of electrons and protons makes for a vast difference in the way each element acts and reacts in proximity to others - you get a taste of how a harmless looking list can hide all the relevant complexity.
Interactive elements in web design, such as checkboxes and radio buttons, have a similar deceptive simplicity. While they may appear to be just arrangements of frames, icons, and text, there is actually a lot of complexity involved.
Interactive elements in web design, such as checkboxes and radio buttons, have a similar deceptive simplicity. While they may appear to be just arrangements of frames, icons, and text, there is actually a lot of complexity involved.
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