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From what I understand, if your role is that of a UX Designer then anything helping the developers understand the critical requirements, users and preliminary design work could be of benefit. The potential list of materials that theoretically could be provided is quite large, you wouldn't normally do all of these activities but here are some: business ...


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This can be a tough question for a variety of reasons and depends upon factors such as experience/quality of the designers, experience/quality of developer, and communication. As a developer and a designer I've been on both ends of the spectrum. From a developer's standpoint, I have a project manager who comes to me with a user story that is based on a new ...


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When all stakeholders have signed off There isn't really a definite answer for this, but the coverall answer is "when all stakeholders are satisfied with whatever part of the system you're working on". (I say this because, depending on your working methods, stakeholders might be signing off on whole sections of a product, or individual components) That ...



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