I have a query on UX documentation.
The company I work for build wireframes & interactive prototypes using Axure. However to document the work we use InDesign templates as the docs are branded. The docs include all annotations and functional specs. The outputted docs look great (clients love them) however there's a lot of work which go into these docs e.g. having to screenshot every screen (and most interactions) from the browser and then having to rename the files to make it easier to track. This includes different device screens as well. These UX docs (and design docs) are for sign off purposes.
I realise Axure does output a spec doc but these are Word docs & look very standard.
My ideal would be to get a sign off on the in browser interactive Axure prototype. However this does not cover the paper based docs for sign off illustrating all the annotations and func spec.
As a heads up - the client sign off docs are the same docs our developers use when coding, so some are quite detailed, however the tech spec is done in another doc.
How do you fellow UX'ers go about documenting your sign off docs? Is there an easier way to go about this? I am very interested to hear your views or approaches.