- Feature creep, creeping featurism or featuritis is the ongoing expansion or addition of new features in a product, such as in computer software
KISS is an acronym for "Keep it simple, stupid" as a design principle noted by the U.S. Navy in 1960.
The KISS principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated;
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- keep sth at bay
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- Designs end up with inessential elements and interactions as they are developed
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- The KISS principle becomes most useful once a design nears a working prototype. Iterations must become subtractive. Designer’s focus needs to become narrower. Everything that has no significant purpose and does not solve the user’s needs, has to be either removed or redesigned in a way that it will be available when it’s needed.
- The way to assemble the wood and include the graphite mixture and the shape of the body so it doesn’t roll off from the desk. Everything has its purpose and ultimately supports the user’s goal.
- No matter how much design experience you have, Feature creep and KISS principles are universal and will serve you well in the future. When you iterate your designs look in both directions. Think of what to add and what to subtract.