Why Too Much Design Hurts Positive UX

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While opinions from strong voices do a lot for a design, there are times when they actually impede the process. Ideas that come too late, are too complex/simple, or are contextually wrong will slow down the process and create more problems than they fix. Julie Zhuo, product VP at Facebook, calls this “avoiding the camel.” It refers to the oft-cited notion that “a camel is a horse designed by committee.” In other words, you can expect a lot of odd humps and occasional spitting when you get 50 opinions in a room about a particular product. This is interesting coming…
Why Too Much Design Hurts Positive UX