The present generation of UI/UX designers may think that they invented a new way of designing, but we’ve had these issues forever.
Again and again I am pleasantly surprised that, as an older designer (69 now and computer literate…
erik spiekermann

There’s nothing wrong with assuming that we / they invented a new way of designing because the good thing here is that it will always be in context — even the path to the discovery of the same old constraints are unique to this present generation.

You can introduce new labels to old solutions year in and year out — but that’s just how it appeals to new generations because it is in context.

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