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The first line in the conclusion of this article states, “On the first reading of this article you may be thinking that the process that I’ve described sounds time-consuming and expensive. However, in the long run, we’ve found it to be a real time saver.”
Paul Boag begins by pointing out how design is a “collaboration, rather than confrontation.” There is no need for the feel his expertise in design is ignored, while the client feels that their input is being ignored.
1. The kick-off meeting
2. the stakeholder interview
3. Inspirational sites
4. The use of mood boards
6. Design testing
7. Design and interation
This author is completely right, I do look at this list and feel it would be time-consuming and expensive. Though I am new to web design, I can see how these things can be applied to my photography, and audio production. Yes it does require a bit of a twist but the principles are the same. I do feel that these seven points are worthwhile and give me some firepower to use in all of my endeavors.