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Should UI designer and UX designer work on wireframe together?

The UX Designer, in my experience, is responsible for creating wireframes. However, you'll collaborate with everyone on the project team as you do it. I've worked on fancy sites where the UI designer ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

To what extent should the UX practitioner get involved with defining requirements when working with a Product Manager? It depends on the org, the product manager and a lot of other variables. Do what ...
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Should UI designer and UX designer work on wireframe together?

If they're the same person - which is often the case - then yes, they should definitely work together. But even that is no guarantee of cooperation.
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How to articulate the difference between design principles and aesthetic style?

This is exactly why you build wireframes separately from look-and-feel work: it makes a very clear separation between these two separate concerns, and ensures you do them in the correct order -- ...
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Best ways to moderate a brainstorming session

You are asking great questions to your team. But your team may not be the ideal user. Therefore, they may not be confident to answer the perfect answers. Create 3 to 6 ideal user personas and post ...
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Best ways to moderate a brainstorming session

The more visual the better. Give your team a stack of sticky notes and a sharpie and encourage them to visualize their ideas. If ideas aren't flowing, start by asking them visualize the current ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

The relationship between PMs and UXers over product requirements entirely depends on the position of Design within the company's structure and the product development cycles. In my experience Product ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

From some of the experiences I have had with project teams and company organisations that have the role of product managers, it seems like they are the ones that have to balance the business, ...
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For a startup, should product requirement understanding be considered a part of UX process.

TL,DR; Yes, The UX lead should sit here, since he'll be able to understand WHY a feature is being requested rather than WHAT the feature to be implemented is. The UX team should be a be able to ...
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