enterprise applications, as well as utility applications like insurance or banking, or managing a CRM may not make as much sense with this type of design. The key for something being usefully designed this way is when collaboration and communication are at the center of the product. That said — think how much we learn by borrowing someone else’s Excel template and building a new model from that as just one workplace example. There might be lots of ways to leverage this paradigm within the workplace even if it isn’t just taking an interface and showing the next person how something works.

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