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|24th April 2012, 06:34||#1|
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Google to angry GMail users: we know better
Many people who thought they could get away with running the old GMail user interface despite contant nagging to "switch to the new look" have quickly discovered that the almighty Google has decided it knows better, and proceeded to force everyone to the new. UX designers are 'humbled', but not for long...
Nine months ago when the GMail New Look was being introduced, Jason Cornwell, UX designer for GMail said in his Twitter account that he was "humbled" by the response from users. If we take the dictionary´s definition of the word we get "Made low; abased; rendered meek and submissive; penitent". Hmmm, in other words, it looks like an "Epic fail" to me. So, they learned from past mistakes, right? Wrong.
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