Visual consistency in color, typography, layout, and style is imperative to a quality user experience. If a user interface looks broken or unkempt, users will perceive it to be so, regardless of how well it actually works. A 2002 study showed that the “appeal of the overall visual design of a site, including layout, typography, font size, and color schemes,” had the most impact on users’ perceptions of credibility.
The details are not the details—they make the product.
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