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The new Brutalism in web design. What are millennials interested in? And, how to prepare for the inevitable.
That website is brutal, man.
The answer? Anything - as long as it's individual and self-driven. Which kind of makes them hard to lump together.
Kevin Kelly says embrace the change.
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