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If we think of many of our library services and resources, they are far from simple. Sometimes things are intrinsically complex and there is no way of avoiding it. But in other cases, the language we use, the processes we create, and the rules we make can seem overly complicated. Sometimes we don't need to do everything all at once. Designers need to realise this, but perhaps so do end users.
Sometimes, less is more.