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    April 03, 2013

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    Great write-up, Josh. I was part of adsk's UX team (in NH) at a time when up front, comprehensive design specs were required, and I would agree with your comments on the need for less comprehensive, just-enough, iterative design.
    We are following a version of Lean UX here at Fidelity and I can say that the iterative approach, including many rounds of rapid prototyping (in whatever format works) not only engages the dev team in designing for empathy, but the users we work with ("design partners") are engaged as well - all along the way.
    Thanks for the article...

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