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How Netflix started the UX revolution



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Justin Ramedia Image Source: http://ift.tt/mG1NBn The glorious end to traditional cable service as we know it Would you call Netflix a user experience company? Most probably wouldn’t, but it’s at the heart of every move they’ve made over the course of their existence. Just like Apple is heralded as a design-company first and foremost, I would call Netflix a user-experience organization. When Netflix was founded (way back in the paleo-internet age of 1997), cable television had been living a long
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