Attaining a Collaborative Shared Understanding
May 24, 2014
design / design process / jared spool
In a collaborative approach to shared understanding, you focus much more on the spirit of what the team intends.
Here the techniques are not about documentation and agreement. They are about exploration, experimentation, and, dare we say, enlightenment. What we’re trying to do is get to a point where we have an epiphany about the design—a revelation that makes everything clear.
We can see this emerge in two techniques of collaboration: prototyping and paired design.