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9 Ways to Stop Designing the Same Old Stuff

Last decade we reached peak homogeneity. Let’s mark the new one with an explosion of uniqueness.

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MMore than a year ago, in Boris Müller’s now-famous “Why Do All Websites Look the Same?”, he stated that today’s internet had become bland. That all interfaces are starting to look the same. Web design seems to be driven by…

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Benek Lisefski

Benek Lisefski

I’m a UX/UI designer from Auckland, New Zealand. Writing about freelancing & business for indie designers & creatives at https://solowork.co

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