If you think Simple and Easy are the same thing. You are wrong.
Here are the seven differences you must know to design simple systems:
Simple is often used to describe a design that is easy to understand, while easy is used to describe a design that is effortless to implement.
Simple refers to a lack of unnecessary complexity, while easy refers to a lack of effort required to complete a task.
Simple is an attribute of the solution, while easy is an attribute of the experience.
Simple is often achieved through careful design, while easy is often achieved through conventions and defaults.
Simple allows for flexibility and adaptability, while easy creates a dependency on conventions and defaults.
Simple is often associated with minimalism, while easy is associated with convenience.
Simple is often a trade-off for ease of use, while easy is often a trade-off for flexibility and adaptability.
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