🔎 Lens Example 1: Sample of the trap of being overly data-driven as a lens

Data can be inaccurate and misleading. It is better to assume that not all data you get is always 100% accurate. And also be aware of the possibility of biased interpretation of your data.

“If we base all our design decisions on data only, our designs will be only as good as our data is. If we base all our design decisions on data only, our designs will be only as good as our data is. If we base all our design decisions on data only, our designs will be only as good as our data is.”

“If we base all our design decisions on data only, our designs will be only as good as our data is.”

Data can be inaccurate and misleading. It is better to assume that not all data you get is always 100% accurate. And also be aware of the possibility of biased interpretation of your data. Data can often be intentionally skewed by those presenting it to us.

📚 Source: Just Enough Research by Erika Hall

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