I was having a conversation early with one of our developers at Whiteboard and he brought up a great point about something that the design team could implement in their process. That was some form of design "commits". When you make a major change/decision/edit to a design then you would log what you did, at what time, and why. Was it purely aesthetic? Based on client requests? Or something else entirely.
This would serve the purpose of reminding you of all your decisions while also holding you accountable for making decisions to change or create something based on reasoning or need.
What are your thoughts on this idea and do any of you use some form of this currently within your process. Would love to know if there is any software/application available to would allow us to implement this or at least give it a shot.