I'm working in a small project team as an interaction designer. The product is in development and not released to the public yet.
In the beginning all the product's features have been designed in wireframes in one document. In this case Powerpoint. The document includes enough information so the whole team understands it.
This is all working fine. Developers and designers take a look at the document, and design and develop it.
If the application is in a state that we can run some tests with users, we test it and of course after testing, some of the interactions need to be changed.
- Sometimes I change it in the document itself, and tell the teammembers to pull a new version from the server.
- Sometimes I fill a bug and a developer gets notified.
- Sometimes I email 3 new slides to one person to work on that.
- Sometimes I I share a change in person.
I keep coming across this situation and was hoping someone would have some tips on how to deal with this.
How do you keep you and your team members informed of the new changes? How do you communicate changes to your team members. How do you order your documents? Are there any tools that can help me?