Stop writing specs, start finding needs - what I've learned working on Known

Ben Werdmuller, Feb 22, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I've learned similar lessons with the LPSS program. "A lot of developers think of design as a superficial layer that you add at the end. Instead, if you're serious about making something that people can actually use, it should be the thing that comes first. And second. And third. Scientific design should be part of every stage of development. Development becomes one part actual engineering, one part investigative journalism, and one part data science."

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