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> We seem to be following a trend where "winning" software has little to no learning curves, as they are becoming the simplest possible tools for daily use. I'm not sure if it's a result of the fact that most people are tech savvy, or if we're just getting better at building software and designing interfaces. It's probably some combination of both.

We're following a trend where "winning" software has little to no learning curve, as they are becoming the dumbest possible tools, with ceiling placed so low that no learning is happening at all - in first 5 minutes you get to see all that there is to see. It's the result of UX trends driven by SaaS businesses, where the first impression is what gets the sale, making development concentrated on looks over function.






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