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Old 10th March 2017, 06:18 AM
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Smile [specifically for anyone highly knowledgeable & experienced in in UX] plasma, ui, and

so a ton of ppl do not understand thatt UX

* is largely about **how** something works for you the user (this could be digital, physical, or anything)
* very little about visual

here's example of UX -- https://www.desktopneo.com/

with that common & shared understanding,


are there any quality analysis/comparisons focused on UX for

* macos and win10
* compared to linux desktops




is dedoimedo around?


i specifically care about the

* design
* & UX between linux and non-linux (of popular/common desktops as the context here shows us)

is there any reviews of quality?


[specifically for anyone highly knowledgeable & experienced in in UX] plasma, ui, and else
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