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Who should have the most input into software redesigns?

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The users using it
  11305 votes / 52%
The engineers building it
  3298 votes / 15%
The UI/UX folks designing it
  1886 votes / 8%
The managers organizing it
  222 votes / 1%
The marketers selling it
  299 votes / 1%
The people who whine on the internet about it
  1941 votes / 9%
Leave my software alone!
  2593 votes / 12%
21544 total votes.
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Who should have the most input into software redesigns?

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday April 17, 2013 @10:10AM (#43472045)

    UI folks?

    I'm always amazed at how many people spend every day working with UI's that I've designed. Major corporations. Entire branches of government. All working with interfaces I pulled straight out of my ass. I'm an engineer. I know nothing about usability and style. Just look at the way I dress. Why would you have me design your UI?

    It's really freaky to watch a room full of data entry drones working with a UI I wrote. They know it. They live it 40 hours a week. They can work it hyper speed with their eyes closed, And I whipped it up at midnight before morning code cutoff.

I use technology in order to hate it more properly. -- Nam June Paik

 



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