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Dealing with design debt

Winchester Mystery House by Ben Franske

If you drive up South Winchester Boulevard in San Jose, California (being California you would always drive, not walk) at number 525 you’ll come to a rather grand Queen Anne Style Victorian mansion (show above) with striking turreted roofs and pristine, manicured gardens. The house was built by the fabulously wealthy Sarah Winchester, who inherited a fortune from her dead husband’s Winchester rifle company. Glance at the mansion and there…

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How Redgate build ingeniously simple products, from inception to delivery.

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Neil Turner

Neil Turner

Former techy turned UX Jedi from the UK. Checkout out my blog (UX for the Masses) for more about me.

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