Integrating Design and Development in Your Workflow
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Integrating design into your workflow boosts team understanding and collaboration, minimizes costly changes, and delivers your client a product much more smoothly.

Integrating design into your workflow boosts team understanding and collaboration, minimizes costly changes, and delivers your client a product much more smoothly.

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  • 1. Integrating Design 
 Into Your Workflow Karl Kaufmann @karolus
  • 2. Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, 
 if you dig deeper, it's really how it works. -STEVE JOBS
  • 3. Benefits Integrating design into your workflow boosts team understanding and collaboration, minimizes costly changes, and delivers your client a product much more smoothly.
  • 4. Design Process Workflow Empathy for all project members is key—as well as leaving the fear to be wrong behind. Rapid iteration and close collaboration.
  • 5. Sketch Prototypes and Style Tiles Quick method to share ideas with the team, as well as test potential problems without a large development timeframe
  • 6. Technical Benefits Visual assets tell the story far better than coding and/or documentation —especially for non-technical team members
  • 7. Wrap-Up Bringing your team together to solve project challenges collaboratively saves time and minimizes the potential for major roadblocks. Additionally, practitioners of different disciplines approach challenges differently—and so seemingly insurmountable challenges can be overcome.
  • 8. Additional Information Suggested Resources • Samantha Warren: Style Tiles, http://www.styletil.es • Daniel Mall: Reading is Fundamental Element Collages, 
 http://danielmall.com/articles/rif-element-collages/ • Laura Kalbag: Design Systems, 
 http://24ways.org/2012/design-systems/
  • 9. Thank You @karolus kkaufmann@karlkaufmann.com karlkaufmann.com