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This question is somewhat parallel to a question like, Who's responsibility is it for setting and maintaining the safety standards in a company? The answer for this is most likely that there's no set position for this. That it just happens (or doesn't) within the company's culture. and sometimes (maybe once a year) there's an safety audit by a 3rd party to ...


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"Be the change you want to see in the world, yo" I say, if you have a set of ideas about this kind of thing yourself, and you're not seeing them being answered or espoused anywhere else, I'd start compiling and presenting your ideas to your 'best bet candidates' within the organisation; don't wait for someone else to start having the conversations you'd ...


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The vibrancy of the Material Design palette is mainly based on hyper-saturation of the shades. The saturation force is strong with those. I suggest that you detect the level of (de)saturation of the colors used in the company identity guide and apply a similar level of (de)saturation to the chosen colors from Material palette. This way you will keep the ...


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You are correct that star ratings are limited, but they are still useful as a rough guide of quality. On Amazon, I can tell which products I should probably avoid, and which are worth investigating more from the number of stars. On IMDB, I can tell whether a movie is likely to be broadly good or terrible. It's true that I can't gather more fine-grained ...


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Why stars in amazon : In amazon it's just a way to assure the user whether the product is god or bad. A star rating on the higher side ( say above 3 with a large number of ratings ) can give a belief to the user that the item has been used by many people and is decent enough to use. One person's 3 and other person's 3 might be different , but still they ...



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