On Nov-15-2005, at 10:12 AM, Stewart Dean wrote:
> I'm saying being distanced from the technology leads to better user
> experience as you make less compromises and think what you want to
> Engineers and implementers don't create bad user experiences on
> purpose, it
> just arises because of their focus.
Sure. I have no fundamental disagreement with either one of these;
they are, of course, generalizations and like all generalizations
exceptions exist and could be found.
But I agree with your point...I'm not sure I would distance *myself*
to quite the same degree, but that's me :D
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