Thanks for the response.
Fabricio Teixeira

In my practice I have data.

The truth is that there is not such thing as public UX data. Even companies that created design languages similar to iOS and Material Design don’t share publicly their data and the reason they’ve reached these rules / interfaces.

So let’s not write any opinion article about the UX of the most influential companies in the world? I don’t think it’s a solution I’m happy to live with.

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