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Are we slowing up? ✋ #116

Looking back at an issue from two years ago. The theme was Plan, adapt, DO THE RIGHT THING!  What's i
Are we slowing up? ✋ #116
By Ross Chapman • Issue #116 • View online
Looking back at an issue from two years ago. The theme was Plan, adapt, DO THE RIGHT THING! 
What’s incredible is that the links I was sharing two years ago, I could easily share today:

So if the advice still stacks up, is the rate of change slowing? Or maybe it’s good that some of digital design is maturing? 
Some have argued that nearly every website looks the same - and deem that a bad thing. Don’t forget, recognisable patterns are familiar to new users and help build trust. Isn’t that what we all want to build relationships with potential customers?
And while some design may be maturing and ideas talked about two years ago, only now are some actually executing those ideas. A good idea is only good if you execute.
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