• Brian LeeBrian Lee, almost 5 years ago

    As a developer (primarily backend) myself, data would change my mind and it would override any dissenting opinions. The problem you face is how can you get that data when you're unable to make a prototype yourself? As others have already mentioned, it helps a lot to make a working implementation on your own. This is something you probably don't want to hear, but it's the 'easiest' way to sell your idea. The good news is there are so many resources to learn how to code now that it's not an insurmountable problem anymore.

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    • Account deleted almost 5 years ago

      If he's a UI Engineer then yeah - work on your own. Of course, if the PM lets it, as the role assignment IS important in a project or a company. If he's more a UX Designer then working on the actual production code is a pathetic joke.

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      • Brian LeeBrian Lee, almost 5 years ago

        I think you misunderstood. Unlike backend logic, you can make a frontend UI prototype that is completely separate from production code. You don't need permission for that. Moreover, if you're a UX designer who already has UX worked out, it's not like working on a working prototype is going to cut into your time on the project. Of course I may be completely wrong.

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