A significant fraction of software developers also needs to make some UI/UX-related decisions. I am wondering if we should such questions in the Software Development community.
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I would allow UI/UX questions with some limitations. Examples:
on topic - UI/UX questions related to an interface that also involves some programming (e.g. web interfaces)
offtopic - questions about choosing fonts for banners or graffiti, color to be used in some ads etc.
I think it should be on-topic with the following distinction:
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