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Every once in a while, I wonder if people who are building product actually use their own products. How could someone have approved the 2 screen takeovers, one from the top and one from the bottom at the same time?   Granted, the metrics must be amazing because it is so hard to read the content that it’s impossible NOT to take an action… that said, who is happy when this has popped up as soon as you click through to read the article?   I know i am guilty of not always testing things, but this feels like a great reason to have a human test case that can be run through and make sure the user experience (ux) that they want is delivered.

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