Defining a “clean” User Interface design

When a user interface design is defined as “clean”, it indicates an interface that is uncluttered, with appropriate spacing between graphical elements and an obvious visual hierarchy. It will be one that utilizes an aesthetically pleasing color palette and contains the perfect balance of text and graphics. Further, a “clean” UI will minimize redundancy while incorporating straightforward, simple navigation.

The cleaner the user interface, the more intuitive and enjoyable the experience will be for the consumer.

Posted in 2013