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Front End Design Conference – Andrew Norcross – No Control – How To Design For An Unknown Result

12 July 2014 - Conference - James Brown - 1 Comment

https://twitter.com/norcross

  • With user driven sites driving more and more of today’s web development, additional design considerations must be made.
  • Users are inexperienced
  • Content focus is always changing
  • What can you do?
    • Research
    • Collaborate
    • Communicate
  • Designs are not done in a vacuum. When you design, communicate your intent with notes.
  • You don’t show up to the jobsite w/o a toolbox, but you don’t bring EVERY tool.
  • Designers should learn the backend process to help answer the unknowns while designing
  • Last thing you want a developer to do is to GUESS your design intentions!
  • Most clients view us like glorified plumbers and mechanics.
  • http://photoshopetiquette.com/
  • https://github.com/norcross
  • http://html-ipsum.com/

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