Why I design enterprise UX
Uday Gajendar

Thank you for this article. I throw my hands up whenever I receive a document to print that’s horribly designed, an email from the help desk that offers no clarity as to what my ticket was about, or when I have to register for training and the register icon is located where you normally see “Log Out”. Enterprise UX is necessary, is fun, is exciting, because you’re bettering the workdays of potentially ALL of your colleagues. And if you can make someone’s workday feel less like, well, a workday, then it’s well worth the effort.

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