Nearing completion of a new project… and no, I don't have an anti-aliasing problem on the colors section… ;)
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about 1 month ago
Awesome! Do you do this for every project you're working on? Does it help (significantly)?
@Kylie Timpani I tend to do this for some clients - but it's usually for their benefit. I've had to explain the basics to clients sooo often that I find this is a good way of overcoming some early hurdles. Going from wireframing to a full visual can be a bit of a jump and they sometimes get bogged down with quite unimportant details, and I think it's because there's too much to compute so they concentrate on the little things. I guess what I'm saying is that you get a feel for some clients - in those circumstances, yes, it helps significantly! :)
@Kylie Timpani sorry for the sloe reply, but @Rob Marshall's response was spot on! I don't do this for every client, but most. It helps keep our designs consistent and gives clients something to refer to for future changes, especially if my involvement has stopped or slowed down.
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