Beyond Two Cents

Here's My Two Cents

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Just when you think you have found that perfect app: infinitely useful, easy to navigate, cheap (or free!), possibly “life-altering”, someone tells you that it is unintuitive.

You start to see the flaws that only another perspective allows and demands.

Really? I never thought about it that way. Hmm

Do you effortlessly accept another opinion? No. Do you hold firm to your own, too blinded by perfection to consider what someone else considers flaws? No. Either extreme is avoiding the effort that improvement demands in any realm.

To explore how the experience is different from another user’s perspective because it truly matters to us – that is adding value.

Anything else is just pitching in your two cents.

Liza Sperling
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  1. November 1, 2009 at 6:26 pm

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