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"Proper, professional.." And what does that exactly mean? Beige isn't necessary to be professional. There are plenty of 'proper, professional' applications that have a horrible UX and an ugly UI. Not sure who the arbiter of 'professionalism' is. Is there an ISO spec to which we can refer? Or do we just find the guy who is still using MS DOS and ask for his advice? I'm stumped on how to uglify Slack enough to have it beknighted as 'proper and professional.'



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