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!rant

I'm a developer turning into product designer guys. But I'll never forget my roots, my development origin. What I'm learning is, most of the UX designer are ignorant about development and developers in general and many developers are ignorant about usability. My future aim would be to build a well communication bridge between these two entities and get designer to empathize with developers and vice versa.

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  • 5
    This is so strange to me. I am a guy that think about both all the time. I do get that each has their own strength but most of the time it does seem like a little bit of ignorance.
  • 3
    I'm still a CS student right now but this is already my goal. A great program is trash if it's not easy to use. UX is so important.
  • 1
    @lordmirziteh so Linux is trash then?
  • 1
    Not the all, but how many non computer geeks use Linux? The vast majority people are not like us... Linux is for people who like Linux lol @qbons
  • 0
    @lordmirziteh so "not easy to use" doesnt make great program trash then.
  • 0
    @qbons whatever makes you happy dude 😧🔫
  • 0
    @lordmirziteh well i just want to discuss about your opinnion. Happy or not is not your concern.
  • 1
    @qbons to me it sounded like you just wanted to be a dick. An easy to use UI makes a program useful to everyone regardless of their skill with technology. And you find something to argue about. Foh
  • 1
    @lordmirziteh so a person who make a discussion about people opinion considered as a dick now, foh. Complex great software usually come with manual. easy or not, depend on how people often use it and learn.
  • 0
    @qbons this was the whole point of the rant. Here's ur sign.
  • 1
    @lordmirziteh Depends on the distro... Using the Windows kernel is not an easy task either.
  • 0
    @Xunie Yeah it's over used. It's so desperate.
  • 1
    @xunie: I'll take care of that don't worry 😅
    I believe conversation rate can be increased by developing usable and fair looking UI too.
    In the end it gets down to three things:
    Usability
    Business
    Implementation.
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