Principles to scope design work
Identifying scope upfront can help you align with your team and avoid surprises along the way. What are the principles to keep in mind when scoping your design work?
We discussed how to scope product design work in the previous post. It’s a critical process a lot of designers skip. As a result, they often realize they haven’t thought of the edge cases later in the project. Here are a few important principles you could consider while scoping your product design work.
1) Always focus on the problem first. Scoping is about breaking down different user interactions. Do a problem rundown exercise first to sharpen the problem before you scoping. If the problem is unclear, your scope will more likely change.