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Danelle Bailey

Danelle Bailey

UX Designer, Writer, Speaker. Joined over 2 years ago

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  • Posted to What's your workflow with wireframes and Jira?, in reply to Christian Stropp , Apr 13, 2018

    One more thing, I'm looking into the plugin where the wireframe can be kept up to date if we decide to link within each Issue!

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  • Posted to What's your workflow with wireframes and Jira?, in reply to Andrew Nater , Apr 13, 2018

    Thanks for your reply! See my comment above.

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  • Posted to What's your workflow with wireframes and Jira?, in reply to imran parvez , Apr 13, 2018

    I do not, but am always open to suggestions that could improve our process. Thanks for commenting!

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  • Posted to What's your workflow with wireframes and Jira?, in reply to Christian Stropp , Apr 13, 2018

    This has also been my experience, but I've also experienced developers feeling like linked wireframes on the Epic level are buried and don't look / guess. However, that is the point of having Epics linked right in each Issue – linking in one place. We also link our Prod. Reqs confluence pages to the Epics.

    I use InVision Inspect for specs, but most of our stuff right now is being prototyped within a framework and my current need is more for wireframes / communicating functionality.

    I record videos (starting to do more of this again), go over things with the team, and link to wireframes at the epic level/Prod Reqs.

    Obviously, if a task can be done with a wireframe (small design/enhancement) that's a quick and easy link in the task.

    Was very interested to hear what others are doing! Thanks for all of the replies.

    Probably worth noting that I use the new version of Balsamiq Cloud and I love it's rapid features. I can bang out a lot very fast in low fidelity and get dev working ASAP.

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  • Posted to How Do you Document Your Iterative Design Decisions?, Dec 07, 2016

    This is a quick poll I'm taking on Twitter about how product designers keep track of their designs after iterating from originals. Thanks for your time!

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  • Posted to Hacking UI Live Mentor Webcast with Jeffrey Zeldman, Aug 30, 2016

    Sharing my notes :)

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  • Posted to When Your Organization Doesn't Value Design, Aug 30, 2016

    A Reader Writes: "...there is no real value put in overall design or aesthetics of our apps, and I am feeling the need to be able to do work where the creative aspect of design is encouraged, but I'm not quite sure where to look."

    This is a common situation I have not only found myself in, but am asked about often. I thought it may be helpful to address as a post for others to benefit or open discussion. I suggest a few possible approaches. Hope it's helpful and I welcome your additional ideas to offer support to other designers in this situation, and the businesses they can benefit – even if they don't realize it yet.

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  • Posted to Understanding Creative Careers, Aug 09, 2016

    I was inspired to write this post after some personal happenings. I figured I can't be the only one who might need an article like this to share. Hope it helps someone!

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  • Posted to Specializing vs Generalizing, in reply to Chris Walter , Aug 09, 2016

    Thank you again for reading and for your thoughts. I feel the same! I think the longer we work the easier it becomes to know what we like quicker, and what to focus on. At least for me, all of this has become a lot of gut + keeping my thumb on the pulse of the big picture. Cheers!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Exporting Crisp PNGs from Illustrator?, in reply to John P , Jul 22, 2016

    Thanks for your reply, John!

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