When Designing for Good Is Bad
Nir Eyal
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“It’s me, not you” is the biggest issue with bad design and people who are aging and people with disabilities. Automatically blaming themselves rather than poor design is rampant. And this fuels an industry designing for themselves rather than their consumers. If a product is unusable by the consumers, it’s not good design or doing good for the world, regardless of the original intent.

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