Everything looks the same and that's ok? interaction patterns are robust enough? pack up and go home - we finally finished the internet, no need for innovation or a new aesthetic.
The visual aspects of screen based designs, while less measurable , tangible and teachable are still as important when engaging users. As UX has grown those practitioners without creative backgrounds have tried to marginalise the importance of the aesthetic, accused (visual) designers of putting style ahead of practicality, poisoned decision makers against trusting designers and asked them put faith in 'skin-able' wireframes when the truth is the best solutions are the ones that successfully integrate how something looks with how it works
Should've stopped at "Everything looks the same"
Didn't, and now I'm sad.
Some interesting stuff in here! I gotta get into iOS development.
Hey, that link appears broken.
The irony is palpable.