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Designing bad APIs is easy. Good APIs are art.

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For the past several years it feels like this hype of good UX vs bad UX is getting more and more traction, which, honestly, is good a thing, because both product stakeholders and end users are getting more aware of how important the UX umbrella actually is and how it can make or break a product.

But this is an article about API design, so why would we talk about UX? Bear with me…




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