Designs of pages, components, and other aspects of your solution are nothing if they’re not properly communicated to those who need to hear your story and understand the details. Often this is achieved through verbal discussion, collaborative brainstorming, and a close relationship throughout a design project. In other situations, such collaboration must be communicated and recorded more formally.
Enter documentation. This chapter will investigate how
Documentation can be a key asset or a hindrance in communicating and building a design solution.
Recipes enable designers to plan and share expectations for creating documents large and small.
Design hierarchies can be a backbone for organizing documentation and drilling into page ...