When you work for your software instead of your software working for you
How user experience suffers when companies put their needs aboveyours.Have you noticed that your devices have become needy, insecure, boastful children constantly vying for your attention and desperately seeking praise and approval?Welcome to the age of growth hacking and data-driven product development.It used to be that, once we paid for a piece of software, it toiled for us endlessly and unconditionally. (...)
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