Here are 5 tips to stop specification disconnect from ruining your product development.
Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Nathan Allsopp In my last article, I introduced the concept of specification disconnect — when the way a product spec is perceived doesn’t match up with how it was actually documented. In short, somebody may think feature A looks like X, while another thinks it looks more like Y . This concept is something that every product manager faces as their specs evolve from words to finished product. In a world where everybody writes and reads things slightly differently, this is bound to