My Design Process, Part 1
When I first got into designing products, my first year or two was spent mostly in Photoshop designing high-fidelity mockups a single screen at a time, showing them to my team, iterating and then getting into code. While I had previous experience with critique from my Creative Writing program, my writing process - just sit down and start writing something, anything - left a lot to be desired. And while the results weren’t terrible, they certainly weren’t as thoughtful and holistic as they could have been.
Luckily, I’ve had a few more jobs and opportunities since then to work with more designers, get some experience, add new tools to my skill set and improve my process. Now, I’m finally in a place where I can repeat the same steps and get fairly solid results. The scope and necessity of each step shifts depending on the size and scope of the project. But, generally, I...
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