Be an elegant simplifier

Kate Clayton / filed under UX Design

I am searching for a new doctor on my insurance company’s website. A button to select my plan launches a pop-up that shouts at me in red caps. The search bar returns hundreds of providers without meaningful filters. A large area of the page lists vague and irrelevant pricing—“Mammogram (one breast) $100–$480, get my cost.” […]

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