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Content is one of the biggest headaches on any large website, and especially in large enterprise environments with multiple stakeholders. Document until it stops saving you time This means putting a lot of time and manpower in to doing something that you are always being told NOT to do, so expect to be challenged and questioned. Decision If it's an ...


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A sequence is like 'user flow' What you have listed is a possible sequence. Whenever you go to a website, you can begin at any point. For example, I may access 'warranty' first or 'testimonials'. To make a particular action/behavior more likely, you emphasize that button through strong visual design and contrast. So, for example, if selling if your ...


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Yes. Your information architecture can be presented as wireframes or prototypes that show the particular pictures/elements you will be using (this will be medium fidelity) If you only have a little time before the first meeting, it's ok to show a tree diagram for the information architecture and then explain what to the stakeholders what to anticipate for ...


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I used Photoshop for a long time to make website mockups, but seriously missed that functionality. I then discovered that Sketch offers exactly the functionality that you mention: smart objects which are editable. Let's say you design a standard form field shape with a text label and save that as a symbol in Sketch. You can then manually set the text for ...



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