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In fact, this should be written in your agreement, where you agree to provide the system design services and they agree to get you info that you require. When it comes to UX or UCD (user-centered design), requirements, including TA description, PRD and use cases are the most crucial info you can get from your employer/client. That would be the first thing ...


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This sounds extremely frustrating and a very old-school way of developing. Bringing in agile methodologies might just save you and your sanity. Start by working with the client about what features they want developed. This needs to include all dependencies and acceptance criteria - documented! All stakeholders (Marketing etc. ) need to sign-off these ...


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When you wireframe first, you are defining a solution before you know what you are trying to resolve. You have to define the problem before you know how to design the solution. Hence, requirements state what a product needs, not the solution. Also are your wireframes literally ideation pieces for discussion, or are you striving towards fully functional ...



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