We do the majority of our design and development in-house. Recent experience introduced us to an environment where we were responsible for the design and passed the job when it was time to implement. This experience made us realize the importance in finding and implementing practices that will allow for optimal output from minimal input. Not to discount the effort or energy needed to produce a high-performing application. What we are looking for here are ways to streamline processes so that time can be used in other necessary areas especially when elements or portions of the project are beyond our control.
So, if you are a looking for ways to optimize designer/developer UI and UX workflows that lead to quality products delivered on, or before, the set deadline, then this one’s for you.
The good folks over at Toptal put together a great tutorial that will help do just that. Check out the link below for the full read and let us know what you think in the comments below!
“Working with a great designer or design team can be an invaluable asset to any team. With clear communication channels, and free-flowing co-operation, the designer should give you everything you need to speed up the building process and limit questions and confusion as much as possible.
What can you, the UX developer, do to ensure that the product you have built is delivered in a timely manner without sacrificing the quality of the UI/UX?”