Why you need a UI/UX designer on your team

Great software project teams are able to produce application features quickly that provide users with the most amount of value. If you don’t have a UI/UX designer on your team, you’re risking the design of your application experience short-changing your users. This is an argument for utilizing a UI/UX designer on your team from the perspective of a software developer.

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