The Designer's Guide to Developer Collaboration
Taking a design from concept to reality is tough. While most designers and developers know success is dependent on a collaborative relationship, bridging the divide isn’t straightforward. That’s why we partnered with InVision to release The Designer’s Guide to Developer Collaboration—this guide is chockfull of actionable advice, quotes, videos, tools, and resources to make your developer partner your new BFF in engineering.
What’s Inside the Guide?
How to create an optimal workflow that fosters designer-developer collaboration
Ways to forge effective partnerships with your developer teammates
Tools, tips, resources, and more to make collaboration seamless and easy
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