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How I Fixed Gmail’s UX and Saved My Sanity

I miss Inbox, so I hacked Gmail with a little CSS magic

Before and after CSS hacks. Images courtesy of the author.

“O“Oh my God. If I cannot change this interface, I’m going to go insane,” was all I could think when I opened up Gmail for the first time in years and faced the transition from Inbox to Gmail. Any other die-hard Inbox fans feel the same?




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Kelli Borgonia

Kelli Borgonia

Product Owner of, UX Designer, Information Architect, Developer Team Lead, and Illustrator.

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