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... the unwillingness of people to understand a design and just go by documentation, as opposed to making an effort to truly understand what a design is intending to accomplish.
I see this happen in large and unglamorous projects with lots of moving parts. The designer has to produce huge amounts of documentation and explain over and over again why a feature works just because a developer or a client doesn't want to spend the just a little effort understanding it.
Anyone else lose tons of hours to this nonsense?
every designer ever. it seems though, that digital designers have a stick up their ass about the process.
It used to happen to me all the time until i stopped being a designer and became visual problem solver.