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Jun 11, 2022
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There's been a lot of communication with the new interaction team lately. In the process of communication, it is inevitable to fall into such a dialogue: I think this executive email list design is not beautiful, not elegant, so it is not suitable. Whenever we enter the stage of "beautiful and ugly" in the discussion around product design, it is basically equivalent to falling executive email list into the quagmire of "the public says the public is right, and the mother says the mother is right". After all, aesthetics is an individual preference that relies on our past learnings, perceptions and experiences. When discussing beauty and ugliness around products, in the end, it is often only determined who has the most official hat. But when it comes to executive email list interaction, should we focus on the discussion of beauty and ugliness? My answer is, it shouldn't. When creating a painting or sculpture, the beauty of individual pieces can be discussed. You prefer executive email list a certain style, so you create a certain type of work, and it’s natural for viewers to like it, and it doesn’t matter if they don’t. Because works are pleasing to oneself first, and then pleasing to others. We use a personalized work to complete self-projection and audience screening. When planning a product for the masses, the beauty of its commercial product should not be discussed, but should be measured by data. Instead of forcing our preferred style to different users, we want to sell our products and services in a way that executive email list is acceptable to users. Unlike works, commodities are pleasing first, and then pleasing to oneself. We are facing a screened audience to complete the projection of brand and executive email list service value. Even though there are many product designs on the market that I personally don’t like, I still have to respect them and they are effective in terms of data indicators. When users face the interface, they will experience: I see, I understand, I act, and give me feedback
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