So that users can get higher benefits from their efforts, including the "simplification and complexity" I mentioned earlier, which is itself a contradiction. Sometimes I would be quite disgusted by simply emphasizing one side of the contradiction and ignoring the other side. For example, after seeing the user's feedback, I think that the product should be adjusted immediately according to the user's suggestion. At this time, I actually ignore the user and the user. There are contradictions between products, and there are also contradictions between different users; if you simply see a user's suggestion and adjust the product, you will ignore the universality of the contradiction and only see the specificity of the contradiction.
one of the sides. The "contradictory" point of view allows me to look at some issues more dialectically, and then carefully seek balance in the middle. This value b2b data will continue to run through my subsequent design and thinking. 3. Anti-conformism When I was researching European and American products earlier, I found that even different products in the same field are often quite different from each other, with their own characteristics in terms of interface, interaction, functions and business models.
But looking at domestic products again, products in the same industry are often highly similar, and some are even almost identical, such as used cars, group purchases, taxi software, etc. I analyze it and think that this has a certain relationship with the domestic social culture. Our society has always been a conformist society that emphasizes collectivism. Many practices have been verified by competing products. You will not go wrong if you follow it. To start anew may be faced with great innovation risks.