I don’t really think there’s an argument to the opposite.
Drew Powers

It isn’t just developers, although I agree that is certainly part of the problem. It is also that management and/or marketing places value the mere presence or absence of features. If the competition has feature X, and we don’t, we must add it. Nevermind that the feature actually makes the user’s experience worse. (I’m looking at you, Apple.)

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