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How to Make Boarding Passes More Traveler-Friendly

This important slip of paper could be doing so much more to make your hellish travel day better

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AsAs someone who has travelled to 108 countries and territories so far, flying 35 to 40 airlines from six continents, I’ve had the chance to study airline boarding passes at some length. Being a travel and design…




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Dragos Vuia

Dragos Vuia

UX Specialist & World Traveller | Former UX Designer at the City of Vancouver | Worked on Mobile UX for Walmart, Costco, Target, AutoTrader and Soluto.

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