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Despite the rising prevalence of User Experience in our modern world, there still exist plenty of failures. In this 2-part series, officers of your very own UX Club highlight some of the frustrations they’ve experienced on the web and elsewhere.
#1: When a web application makes you dig to log into the app
It’s a particularly annoying and surprisingly ubiquitous problem given the expense of developing functional web applications — when a web-based service hides behind other information, or focuses on registering new users, instead of making its service easy to find from the home page.
For example, 2 applications that I […]