It’s admittedly rare, but sometimes you see something on Twitter that’s worth preserving and repeating …

“Lesson learned, forgotten, and remembered: Don’t ask users what software should do, instead ask them what problems they’re trying to solve.”

Why is it we so often do the former? Probably because it’s easier!


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