Norman Doors [...]

Norman Doors are doors that present the user with confusing or conflicting cues on how to operate them. As an example, you can imagine a door with a graspable handle, suitable for pulling, which is meant to be pushed.

The underlying principle is “discoverability”, the idea that the intended use of an object or interface should be discoverable from its design.

Discoverability in Design

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