Aesthetic-Usability Effect

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The Aesthetic-Usability Effect states that attractive things actually work better.

Don Normal describes why in his book Emotional Design:

Attractive things make people feel good, which in turn makes them think more creatively. How does that make something easier to use? Simple, by making it easier for people to find solutions to the problems they encounter.