Send me problems, not wireframes(medium.com)

5 years ago from Ariel Verber, Product Designer

  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 5 years ago

    I agree. Using their scenario of the napkin. The architect gets the sense of the size and priority of each room, which starts the conversation from point B rather then A.

    My take of the article is about communication. If you tossed the client's idea on a designer desk and say give me 3 ideas at the end of the day with no context... thats were you get the pretty but pointless solutions. Sadly, you are right I have many clients that just want to make it "nice" and quick.

    2 points