Tuesday Jan 28, 2020

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When you work for your

software instead of

your software working for you

When you cannot even pay money for a user experience that is predictable, consistent, frictionless, and that…
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By Christian Cantrell
uxdesign.cc

When you cannot even pay money for a user experience that is predictable, consistent, frictionless, and that prioritizes productivity above all else, I think it fair to say that the contract between software vendor and customer needs renegotiating. Defaulting to distractionIn my experience, the most obnoxious aspect of setting up a new device is not the part where you summarily open all of your apps one-by-one and re-authenticate (secure password management has, thankfully, made this much less painful); it the fact that my notification preferences usually are not stored in the cloud which means, for the next several days, I find myself inundated with inane interruptions which I already explicitly opted out of -- usually multiple times. But I think it safe to say that platforms have….

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