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Better Could Mean Worse For Your Product



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Ben-Adeola So this is for all my fellow optimisation-junkies out there. This is me telling you to pause and actually look at how much of an upgrade, that upgrade is. As product designers, programmers, or pretty much anyone who’s involved in creating solutions for people, we always have to go back to the drawing boards(or screens) from time to time to see what we can add or remove to make our product better; a constant state of iteration and