My Design Process - Part 3
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- Part 2
You’ve discussed, debated, designed, prototyped and user-tested. Time to build! Yeah, you too. I’ve already written about the real reason designers should code, but here’s another: you’re about to wish you could. As your engineering pals start putting this product together, they’re going to uncover an untold number of corner cases you never accounted for in your design. They’re going to come to you and ask, “Hey, what happens when you have a digital order that’s customized, but also purchased from a Wedding Registry?” You’re going to stare blankly for a second, half your brain processing the request, the other half waiting to see if they’re kidding.
They’re not. Your layout is broken. And while you could sit there and verbally explain every little tweak and fix, life is much simpler and,...
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