Articulating Design Decisions: Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience

Author: Tom Greever
Year Read: 2018
Summary Being articulate can make you successful in any area of life. The key to being articulate is to understand both the message you want to communicate and the response you want in return. The way to be articulate about design is to offer a message that communicates why we did what we did in order to help stakeholders see our reasoning. If we aren’t able to convince stakeholders that our solution is better, then either we aren’t doing a good job of communicating to them or we don’t understand their needs enough to create a design that solves the problem.

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