In this section you can learn:
- Where to put the source files and store assets at every stage of your involvement in the project.
- How to ensure your project team are safe when they leave the project.
- When to recommend Product Checkups to your clients.
- How to make sure your project passes the Peer Review.
Remember that it is just an example of how we do stuff at Netguru. You might want to adapt the process to your own workflow.
- Other designers
- Internal Developers
- External Developers
- Project Manager
Termination checklist items
After the design phase: InVision
- Source files (psd, sketch, ai) are in the ASSETS/Source Files tab on InVision.
- Fonts are in the ASSETS/Fonts tab on InVision.
- All elements that require clarification for developers (animation, responsiveness, behavior, state) have Tour Points attached.
- All screens have proper names.
After the design phase: Google Drive
- Follow the steps from Chapter one.
Slack pinned items
- The InVision and Drive links are pinned to the Project’s channel on Slack with an explanation of how to use them and added to Project Info in Google Drive.
Final call with the team: team Q&A
Create a Q&A session with your project team: Developers, PM, and QAs. We advise you to go through each journey and visit every screen on every device. Tell the team about your solutions, discuss potential problems and development bottlenecks. It’s best to arrange this kind of a meeting at least a day or two before the deadline.
- Make sure your project will pass the peer review checklist.
After the Development
- The project is archived in InVision.
- The designer does a review of the developer’s work.
Questions your client may ask
Questions to ask yourself at this stage:
- Did I check the termination checklist?
- Are the relevant files uploaded and available to developers?
- If the project has been released and development has been completed – have I archived the InVision project?
Desired outcome after this stage
- The team’s questions regarding the design have been answered.
- The client knows about the help you can offer in the future (regular checkups, iterations).