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UX Tip #77 Designing with white space in mind

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We have a natural tendency to fill interfaces with 'stuff', but empty (or white) space serves an important purpose in web design. White spaces help communicate the visual hierarchy of the elements in the page and improve readability and scannability, which ultimately facilitate reading comprehension. For an optimised user experience, ensure key Call-To-Action buttons stand out and the number of elements on the page does not distract users from their primary goal.