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Simple vs. Versus Puzzle and Simplicity Principle


In such situations — and in essence, in any situation where we need to describe an idea to another person — you can follow a fairly simple rule. Let's call it the "principle of simplicity":
The readiness of our audience to study detailed pictures is directly proportional to the degree of their familiarity with the subject matter.
In other words, if we show a picture to someone who is not familiar with the subject of discussion, we should start with the simplest image. Otherwise, we once again reproduce the effect of the deer in the headlights. But this time we will find ourselves in the role of the pursuing side, because we know exactly what our picture means, because we drew it! A hunted deer will feel the audience. When she sees the picture, the vision is overwhelming to the limit, and she immediately stops looking.
On the other hand, if our audience consists of a group of experts in our field, then we should start with a detailed picture. Otherwise they will think that we do not know what we are talking about.
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Simple vs. Versus Puzzle and Simplicity Principle

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