Fair point KC. I’ve used your comments as inspiration to build on the run down of frameworks, which had the purpose of just providing an overview for the community. Just as context thousands have found this helpful and (nearly) hundreds have liked.

But thanks for the comments, you might want to check out the story that builds on the overview of frameworks and compares them. With the caveat that it’s down to personal preference and what you need in the product your working on, to use different parts to find the answers needed: https://uxdesign.cc/beyond-the-design-framework-5013d2514e1e.

I see you like to cast your critical eye over a lot of Medium stories, thanks for keeping the community so honest. It would be great to read some stories from yourself, if you get chance to write any.

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