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From Like Buttons to Message Bubbles: The UX Designs You Can’t Use

Designing a new user interface in 2019 is harder than you think

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YYou’re in the business of selling pizza. Everyone loves pizza. It’s fast and easy. The demand is high. It’s the classic American staple. But you’ve got a ton of competitors, marketing is tougher than you thought, rent is getting higher, the app…




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Christie Tang

Christie Tang

Product Designer at Meta. Jury at Awwwards. eSports enthusiast. Bonafide nerd. Ketogenic foodie. Sarcastic and crass INTJ.

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