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How To Be More Organized While Designing UI →
After working 4 years in the field of digital design I got obsessed with tidying up and sorting information. This lead to the creation of a systematic approach for designing user interfaces.
It is an object-oriented, programming-inspired approach, a collection of various ideas that are universal. Use it for working with your favourite design software or for coding. It helps to connect designers with programmers and puts them on the same page — better communication leads to a better understanding and creating better things.
This approach is used mainly at a later designing stage, usually during finetuning of the project when you have more time to think about the relationships in your visual system. Utilising in the early stages of the project while prototyping and wireframing would mean an easier adaptation into both designing and programming.
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via Bruno Oyama