It is no secret that graphic designers can be difficult to communicate with. Not only because they have special design software and jargon that non-designers may not be familiar with, but also because there are times when clients have no idea what they want but know exactly what they do NOT want when they see it. Hence, this collaboration can be tricky and filled with misunderstandings that cause project delays. In this article, we will share five things that you should avoid saying to your design team and why:
Amid the frequent shifts in the landscape of software development, one main strategy has remained: reducing development time as much as possible while boosting the progress. Through Rapid Application Development (RAD), wherein the planning stage is reduced and prototyping is intensified, developers can easily adapt to changing requirements in a fast-paced market. Moreover, by implementing the RAD process, teams can adapt to a flexible process throughout the evolution of the project and incorporate knowledge from the UX design process to quickly iterate before the launch of the application.