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Google Designer David Hogue: How to Avoid Over-Complication in Product Design

Simplicity may not be simple, but it’s crucial to your product’s long-term success

World-renowned UX designer David Hogue.

MMost product designers have the best of intentions with their work — they want to make quality products that solve problems for their users and strive to constantly find new ways to serve and…




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