Nellie, an interaction designer for a typical enterprise software company, is wrapping up her involvement with the latest release of one of her company's main products. Though she has several years of UI design experience, this is her first job at an enterprise software company. She has delivered the final artwork to the development team, and she's made the last laborious update to the design spec. Usability tests have been run on the beta version, and results have been presented to management showing that participants were successful and satisfied with the software. As she reviews the final list of…
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