Certainly the pursuit of good usability is important. As developers, we often don't want to know whether or not our systems work well. That's a form of accountability that makes us nervous. But accountability is part of "growing up" as designers, writers and developers. We have everything to gain from taking an honest look at our sites to learn if they work for real people.
If we want to succeed, we have to focus on helping our users succeed.
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