This goes straight on the list of Best Things Ever:
H/T to Patrick Neeman (@usabilitycounts) who runs a website of the same name and the UX Drinking Game.
It’s hours of fun, this; but it also serves as a cautionary tale that you shouldn’t expect the people that you work for — or the people who demand what a site should look like — know anything about usability.
Or what users need.
Or how to deliver that information to them.
This is important stuff. I mean, it’s not brain surgery, but it may mean the difference of people liking your product/service/institution and being completely frustrated by you and turning to someone else. It’s all about the money, honey, so remove your ego [and your organizational ego] from the mix and let the UX folks do what needs to be done.