Episode: What UX Can Learn from Ouija Boards


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What UX Can Learn from Ouija Boards

In this episode of Metric: the UX Podcast, we investigate what ouija boards and World War 1 teach us about design solutions, that innovation lies in not immediately thinking that the problem can be solved by an app.

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