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Home » NewsBlog » User Testing as a Design Driver:Looksery created a product for users, not designers

User Testing as a Design Driver:Looksery created a product for users, not designers

October 5, 2015

You may have recently seen an abundance of bug-eyed people puking rainbows on Snapchat. Thank Looksery for that. Launched last year as an entertainment app based on face recognition technology and special effects, Looksery was acquired by Snapchat last month.

Donald Trump Looksery rainbow puke

Looksery technology propels Snapchat’s new special effects

Founded in 2013, Looksery launched in October 2014 after…read more

By Jordan Crone

             

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