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The problem with ‘good’ design

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Greg Shuster How the word has lost it’s meaning in contemporary design culture. We all like to sit on our ‘good design’ high horse. Post design porn to Dribbble or Behance of versions that never launched or logos that were never picked. Cards with pastel gradient backgrounds and enough negative space to choke a horse. Sit back and let the likes pour in and feed that ego (I talk shit… but I do this all the time #brandbuilding). But what

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