Why Most Designers Think Simplicity Is Key And Why It Is Not
Kasper Friis
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It seems to me that when people preach the word “simplicity”, what they really mean is that they want their own features and idiosyncratic ideas reflected at the expense of all others! The problem with designing a product that addresses a wide ranging audience is that settings and forms that are designed to address one subset are considered to be needless complexity by another.

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