There was a need from both designers and developers for a single source of The National Archives’ design patterns. The one tool that makes collaborative design easier is the design pattern library.
Collaborative design is a crucial stage in the process. It allows teams to create design concepts together and help build shared understanding and joint ownership of the design problem and solutions.
Hypothesis driven design is a way of applying user research and experimentation to validate design choices. We, as a matter of course, user test all our digital products, but do we really know what we are testing and measuring? The approach helps teams focus on finding solutions that are meaningful to users and to take calculated risks to move a product forward. Making sure design solutions deliver the outcomes we think they will using performance data to measure success or failure. And failure is fine, because we learn.
Framing my research with this question; what facilitates and supports users’ creative collaborative experience in virtual spaces? Linda Hill, management professor, discusses leadership using Pixar and Google as case studies. What’s the secret to unlocking the creativity hidden inside your daily work, and giving every great idea a chance?
A simply little Flex grid system with cards. The CSS layout is responsive with one breakpoint and offers equal heights with Flex (js fallback for IE9 and older). Works for: Chrome FireFox Safari 6 and above IE9 and above Download from Github: https://github.com/domingobishop/flex-cards