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      939 comments  ·  Public » UX/Design  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      planned  ·  Suphatra responded

      Hi everyone, thank you for your patience since the last update.

      We want to extend a huge thanks to all of you who have engaged with us on this topic of compact chat. Your input has been invaluable and helped inform our design and decision-making.

      As we look to 2019, we will be pursuing plans to continue to make the product more and more space efficient. We see this as a guiding design principle, as well as a backlog of requests from UserVoice that we catalogue, discuss, debate, brainstorm and problem solve.

      This principle is also why we will not be making a sharp design turn towards a permanently heavy dense design. Our user base is a wide range of people — such as high school students, the visually impaired, open source developers, and your every day knowledge worker. Because of our broad reach, we must maintain a standard of…

      Eric commented  · 

      "Our user base is a wide range of people — such as high school students, the visually impaired, open source developers, and your every day knowledge worker. Because of our broad reach, we must maintain a standard of usability that meets many visual needs."

      Pure spin. You don't design an application from the 1% PoV, you design it for the 99%. The only group mentioned that even makes sense is visually impaired. Please name a single other product meant to be used by the masses that is designed from the ground up for such a specific group of individuals.

      And I can't add anything that hasn't been said below. Your response is disgraceful and look at the below, your customers are fighting their way away from Microsoft. *sigh* oh well.

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