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UX is so subjective that BOSS is always right

Many times I tried to give UX advice to my boss and reporting manager and it gets discarded. Few of the times, I have built screens based on my UX understanding, and later asked to change that, which I think clearly violates UX principals.

How do I convey my UX message OR stay dumb lowering my ire?

Ex:

  1. Been asked to put a yellow color button/link, just to grab user attention. (for an action-bar with few other buttons with BootStrap styles)
  2. Been asked to place one button in center and another on left of the dialog-footer.

(I am a NOT a UX engineer, but have read few UX articles and some ux.stackexchange.com answers. If I had some formal certificate in UX, this question wouldn't be there.)