For clarity, de-clutter.
We often make things complex when something simple would give us a better result. We think we’ll make things clear by adding more detail.
Sometimes it feels we are doing the right thing, like setting lots of different speed limits for different road environments. Yet research shows that fewer changes in speed zones lead to fewer accidents.
The obvious reason might be that drivers concentrate less on the speedometer and more on the road. But complexity can be more devious than that.