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10-07-2020

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Bridging the Gap in Isolation: Designer-Developer Collaboration Through Prototyping by Adobe Blog

Abstract

In the spirit of collaboration at Atlassian, designers and partnership marketing worked on this effort on how teams can work better together with Adobe XD and Jira.
Communication and collaboration are critical in any team’s workflow – but communication is hard and collaboration is messy. As designers, we are uniquely positioned to make sense of that mess.

By making our work visible, we’re able to bring our entire teams along the journey and ensure we’re aligned to a single vision. This transparency is now more important than ever in our new remote reality.

Working remotely has presented teams with unique challenges that not all of us are equipped to tackle. In a recent survey, only 14 percent of designers reported working remotely full-time last year.

When you’re working in a siloed environment, your team dynamics will inevitably change. One of the more visible aspects of remote collective work is misalignment among teams. If you’re collaborating on a larger project, this often translates to excessive time spent clearing up misunderstandings.

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