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It Bugs Me, It Bugs Me Not

July 15th, 2005 by Kevin Cheng :: 21 Comments

There are weeks when I write about a topic that I simply feel should not need to be written. In those weeks, I might decry some user experience design faux pas which seems so blatant that I feel like as big an idiot for even mentioning it. It’s like saying, “it’s bad for business to lock your doors such that people can’t get in your store.” Doesn’t need to be said, right? Anyone writing about that would get laughed out the door because … who does that?

Yet here I am, talking about people locking the store front doors on their web sites.

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