I am working on a big m-commerce project and trying to apply the principles of lean UX within my team. Unfortunately I am limited by the fact that the development team are not co-located with the designers and as much as I try to create weekly interactions they have expressed a preference for receiving a spec at the end of each sprint to work from.
I've been looking at ways to create a spec which minimises the amount of work that goes into this document without compromising the success of the project.
We are currently using Axure to lay wireframes, designs and annotations on interactions and all. We then create a PDF that we print for the developers. We find this to be really time consuming and ineffective as whenever there's a change to design or UX we have to re-create this document, print and etc.
Has anyone tried a different way of doing this? Ideally we would like to be able to have an online Wiki with the spec which is a living document that can be accessed by all, modified in real time and circulated to non co-located teams with ease?
Anyone has experience the same situation and has some insights?