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    • Doris Yee

      I agree one-hundred-percent. I think a lot of designers who casually readdress interfaces without legit research and surveying, might just be reskinning but not repurposing. Every design overhaul should have a strong intent. The cash one is nice-to-look-at...really striking hierarchy and colors. But serves no additive value. Money is a quick object that we pass between one another. Also, while Facebook's current design is resented by many, I feel Nicholas Felton didn't pull that out of his a**. This one looks like it was just Web 2.0-ify for kicks. The Amazon suggestive design is one I would love to try.