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What is False-Consensus Effect?

When designing user experience keep in mind that: YOU ARE NOT YOUR USER.

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As designers, we have tendency to assume that our users are similar to us. In fact, this is not just a problem that designers have — it is an example of a more general phenomenon, called the FALSE CONSENSUS EFFECT.




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