Have you ever been on a project that wasn't working? And not because the idea was bad, but because the process was bad. There was miscommunication, duplicated work, adjusted-and-readjusted budgets - basically a lot of wasted time and money.
Before the first design, before the scrum board, before anything is made, there are certain things you can do to set your project up for V-I-C-T-O-R-Y.
Understanding the who, what, when, and where of how the process is going to go will help you save time and costs.
From agencies to corporations, waterfall to agile, each process will be different, but they all have certain questions needing an answer.
• What teams are needed?
• Who is responsible for what?
• Who has the final say on these decisions?
• What are the constraints?
• What needs to be done first?
Not only will we discuss these questions and also the MOST common problems with the digital design and development process, but more importantly, how to prevent them from happening to you and your team.
ABOUT MORGAN LANDIS
Morgan Landis is a professional storyteller, information architect, and design thinker. She's been a UX contractor and consultant for 8 years, doing work on websites, software, and voice recognition systems. Her goal is to make every experience effective, efficient, and engaging.
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