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You all probably know these kind of (ux) guidelines as listed in the post of Justin Misfud here:

my questions are:

  1. do you also have these kind of guidelines in your company or that you follow for yourself as a freelancer?

  2. If yes, how do you guarantee and systematically validate that all guidelines are always respected in your work?

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closed as not constructive by ChrisF, JonW May 10 '12 at 9:43

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Your question is too open ended. Please review the What kind of questions should I not ask here? section of the FAQ. – ChrisF May 10 '12 at 8:51
Dom, yes it's far too generic and discussion-based in it's current form. The question has been closed off to answers for now so that you can amend the question and bring it more in line with the FAQ, at which point we'll re-open this to answers for you. – JonW May 10 '12 at 9:43
I wish I could answer this. Seems like a perfectly fine question. I do have those sorts of guidelines. I have a master template that I force all designers to use. Plus I talk to them about the patterns and importance of consistency. There are other techniques, but this comment box is kinda small. – Glen Lipka May 10 '12 at 17:42