June 22nd, 2016
In this week’s article, I revisit the topic of artifacts and deliverables within the design process.
Here’s an excerpt from the article
Deliverables are how we tell the story of what the design will be. Of course, the classic deliverable is the finished product itself. Nothing tells the story of the design better than the product.
In the days of old, the finished product was the only deliverable. There were no plans or blueprints, just what the craftsman completed.
Collaboration across the organization changed all that. Others needed to know our intention—what we wanted the design to be. Thus, intermediate deliverables were born.
Read the article: Design’s Fully-Baked Deliverables and Half-Baked Artifacts
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