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Language Is Dead, Long Live UX Copy!



UX Planet — Medium | Janet Manley Credits: Dropbox Debate around UX practices is so refined at this point that we are seeing some really sophisticated use of color, motion, and schemes for presenting navigation to the user. The cycle seems to be to add more features, then desperately strip them back to a single colored rectangle to restore a “simple” user experience. Logos become more complex and artistic, and then we strip them back down to two vertical sticks. Through the rise and fall of hamburger menus, skeumorphism, and