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Should I avoid changing a “clunky” UI?

This seems like a broad question, so I'll outline my specific example. I support an old Windows program. And I mean OLD. It originated as a 1997 rewrite of ever older software. It's a kind of ...
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Can we build UX into old, large legacy systems?

For huge corporate, legacy applications we dont tend to have the luxury of re-vamping the UI after assessing the UX of the process that those apps support. However, just because there has been a lack ...
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Making changes to existing products

I keep coming across this situation and was hoping someone would have more information on this: We have an existing product and I have been requested to "make something work better", so I start by ...