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Why the ‘Everyone Is a Designer’ Debate Is Beside the Point

The ongoing battle for design ownership often ignores the real consequences of making design decisions

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TThere are a few ongoing debates in the world of digital design. Things like Should designers code?”, “What’s the value of design?”, “UX versus UI,” and, perhaps most fundamentally, “Is everyone…




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