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An Interface and Product Design blog by Joshua Porter
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They say an image is worth a thousand words.
The fact is, we are overloaded with information and some "silly" stuff like infographics currently are grabbing more and more of people's attention. Why not? They keep it simple!
I love the idea and I'm eagerly trying to get more experience and creativity following the visualization direction. What about you?
In recent years, many firms have sped up their innovation processes. But can we protect the meaning and relevance of innovation while accelerating and increasing its impact? This is exactly the issue challenged by component innovation.
I'm not sure I agree with having a single designer in a team. But they are hard to get, and it is much better to have one than none in an engineering world :)
Plus, also not sure I agree with having the design specifically done before implementing the feature. If clear interfaces are specified I believe this work can be paralellized. There seems to be no way for the rest of the team to contribute to this part of the customer value following the approach described in this article.
One thing that was also not so clear to me is whether this design includes prototyping of the UI and, therefore the UX.
Still, it is a very interesting approach from where to take cool ideas!