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Designing for the unpredictable

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Diana Militano Why designing should allow users to overturn our products Image by: themanual.com A good designer is a good problem solver. Interpreting evidence and digging deeper to understand what problem is to be solved is one of the most important skills in UX design and research. But what happens after we’ve fixed the problem? Once we introduce a new design solution in the market, we often witness unpredictable upshots. New technologies introduce new behaviours Think about how smartphones have dramatically

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