Good initial experience Low cognitive load No memory requirement from screen to screen Liberal input acceptance Forgiving/generous interpretation of intention (e.g. mouse paths) Interaction feedback helps the user understand what's expected of them Inspires confidence Good feedback Helps the user avoid problems Fails gracefully No lost progress Helps user understand what went wrong User always has an escape hatch Recognition not recall Helps the user to become better

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