Dear Doctor Usability, I am having trouble with my product team: They just don't get it. I am trying to be the champion for the user; I try to make sure technology is accessible and usable. I try to capitalize on the user's existing skills to use technology to do cool new things. I have set myself up as the real advocate for the end user. Now for the problem: We just hired this very arrogant graphic designer and he is fighting me at every turn. I want graphics with clear, concise, and efficient meaning. All he seems to…
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