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Skeuomorphism Isn’t Dead

Skeuomorphic design may have fallen out of fashion, but it’s still a useful way to help users understand a product

Photo Credit: Eugene Cheporov

LLet’s get one thing out of the way quickly: Skeuomorphism — aside from being a great 50-cent word — is the use of an object or feature that “retains nonfunctional ornamental design cues (attributes) from structures that were…

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Jeffrey Storey is a Product professional interested in tech, business, UX, optimization, analytics, SEO, history, nature, birding, slack-key guitar and soccer.

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