The UX is dying
muditha batagoda

I don’t agree with you. I feel from the past decade or two, UX or UCD evolved as a skillset or a toolkit that was focused to make systems easier for humans to use. With time system could evolve to next level, products would change, services and use cases could differ, different problem could evolve, as long as the designer in you seeks the adaptation and the desire to solve the problem that occur, nothing changes and nothing dies.

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