The Magic Framework Problem
This happens when two ways of thinking collide.
The framework developers create lots of “super smart” components. These components are so good at their job because they hide the underlying complexity and deal with major issues very well.
The designers have an imperfect understanding of the challenges they face. This is normal – design usually happens before most challenges come up. So they design with what they know, and often with a preconceived notion of how things work.
Mix the two together: The designers assume the framework will deal with all the design issues automatically. In other words, magic.