Visual processing - visual interface design, Visual Basic Programming

Visual Processing:

Our mind groups the things into patterns and this allows us to process the visual information. Understanding and applying how the human mind processes the visual information is the key elements of the visual interface design. The aim is to present the program components on the screen as familiar visual patterns with accompanying text as a descriptive supplement.

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