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Bias for biases
Published on 23 August 2018
Written by MITCHELL MARTIN

Cognitive biases are subconscious tools we have developed to foster efficient decision making. They're useful tools in our day-to-day lives; for UX design though, they can be an unconscious nightmare.

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