Don’t fix EVERTHING at once.

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Giving feedback on UI is hard. And if you give a lot of feedback, it often gets lost in the noise and not all of it is ever implemented anyway.

I did a Twitter experiment a while ago, when I was just giving three short pointers to people posting their UI’s. In most cases I focused on layout and hierarchy as these things…




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