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Edge Cases Are Real and They’re Hurting Your Users

Designing for the “happy path” best-case scenario leaves our most vulnerable users on the margins

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InIn our drive for speed, we have conditioned ourselves to ignore our most vulnerable users. We design for the happy path, and society pays the price.

The happy path




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