Gargh! Another designer sprouting the fallacy that UX design is some modern discovery.
Chris Howard

This is like complaining that historians make such a big deal about the Enlightenment because ‘it’s not like scientists weren’t following logical processes before people like Francis Bacon made the Scientific Method popular!’

In this case, designers are thrilled to see the spread of ideas, cultures, philosophies, and processes that empower people, create new opportunities, and encourage rapid growth. No one’s patting themselves on the back as if to say ‘we made UX, the problem is solved!,’ but surely we are allowed to revel in the joy of shiny new tools and a wealth of mentors, peers, and allies.

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