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Why Should the Designer Like Enterprise UX

by ChrysZChrysZ 25 Feb 2018 05:42

Often, working with corporate applications is perceived only as a very protracted and conservative process, not only by designers. From the point of view of development, specialists repel routine interaction with legacy code and sometimes absurd levels of complexity, in terms of design - too tight constraints for the design process or even its absence. Nevertheless, why do many designers continue to invest in this time, build around this area of ​​specialization and apply the full force of their extraordinary abilities and skills in this particular area? Let's talk about why design for enterprise systems is a challenge.

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