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Pretty bad. Not meant to be depressing though, I don't think. The core thing here is that you can't assume people are like you. Which you should not be doing, anyway.
This looks interesting. Something like a style guide, or at least a presentational tool, built automatically from Sketch. The plugin landscape for Sketch is really amazing, and honestly might be what makes it the top of the heap for me right now even beyond the UI and tools.
The intersection of voter disenfranchisement and irresponsible design, it's the perfect storm of my rage.
This is a pretty good set of guidelines. I usually set up rules for any given project; I can't say that I've ever really had a major guiding principle for how I'm going to do things.
Don't name your band after the villains if you don't have any idea what you're talking about. Further... if someone calls you on it, at least pretend you did know what you were doing at the time, otherwise you're just a tool. It's almost like #145, "Don't pretend you don't understand why your use of Nazi imagery bothers everyone." (Hi Iceage).
Good points here. I think we're actually pretty good at this. We tally Zendesk feedback and periodically meet with customer service to see what's actually a problem and what is just the result of a few loud voices.