Lost in Translation: Designer/Developer Collaboration for Great User Experiences.wmv





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Published on Oct 2, 2012

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"Wait, this isn't what we designed..." Sound familiar? Unexpected gaps between the proposed design and final product can be major pain points for developers and designers alike, but most surprises can be avoided if the right steps are taken throughout design and development.

What are the key pieces to designing and delivering great user experiences? There is extant literature on requirements gathering, contextual and usability inquiries, information architecture, interaction design, and visual design, but there is far less discussion on the handoff between UX designers and developers.

In this webinar, we'll share experiences and recommendations:

For project managers:
o Learn ways to reduce risk and cost for large-scale development projects
o Understand common pitfalls of design/developer interactions and how to avoid them

For UX designers:
o Learn about different types of design documentation, and when each type is most effective for a successful implementation
o Understand how different levels of interaction and collaboration with developers can impact your designs

For developers:
o Understand why and how to get involved early in the design process
o Learn to anticipate and request the design artifacts that will be most useful to you during the development process

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