Chapter 8. UI Specifications
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together."
| ||--Vincent Van Gogh|
The UI specifications document is a communications tool; it is written in a formal way in which the UX designers prescribe to the developers the desired behavior of the user interface. If you need to deliver such a document, your takeaways from this chapter should be:
- When scoping the project, determine the deliverable; is it the prototype with annotations, a Word/PDF document, or both? The answer you receive will have a direct impact on your approach to Axure and thus, on your estimates.
- Understand your audience by learning what their expectations are from this deliverable.
- If it is a Word/PDF document, show the development samples ...