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The Dumb Assumptions Design Teams Make When They Don’t Engage Diverse Input. Or, Why Nothing is Obvious to the Uninformed.

The above is what my living room looks like when I am getting ready for a big trip.

YES, Lord of the Rings is playing. Background music.

That’s a brand new, very very very expensive Nemo Kunai two -man expedition tent. Seven bills.




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Julia E Hubbel

Julia E Hubbel

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