Imagine giving five people the exact same wardrobe of clothes from someone else, maybe your own if that is better for the illusion. Now, how many of those people will actually be wearing articles of clothing from that wardrobe the same? The obvious answer to this question is none. This is so because nobody looks at something in the same light as another person, just a testament to the creativity every person has inside of them on some level. You’re probably thinking to yourself what in the world does this have to do with UX design right now, correct?

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