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April 11, 2017

Humor: User Inexperience Design

Humor - Cartoon: User Inexperience Design

Keyes: "OK, I've got a new idea: User Inexperience Design."

Kim: "I'm listening."

Keyes: "We design our software UI to change constantly, so the user never gets bored with it!  It's always brand new!"

Kim: "Go away, Keyes."

Keyes: "Thought leadership is a lonely road..."

Cartoon re-published with permission from Axure & mediumfidelity.com

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