…your organization can and will understand how code splitting works. And they don’t need to do that. Try to introduce these thing into your application in a way that is fine when not everybody understands them and keeps the complexity in their heads.
I might as well float the idea here. I think we should all be doing Tidy Fridy. Every Friday, tidy up one thing that you’ve been meaning to get around to. Maybe a little refactor, DRYing up some code, renaming that function that doesn’t make sense any more.
… color when the best solution may have been right there in front of them all along… the wireframes! As the lines between UX and UI designer blur in today’s more integrated design process, designers become less worried about their specific responsibilities (like making it pretty) and focus on the ultimate goal of creating the best product for their user.
…g me something to think about. Thank you for helping me frame my design problem in a different way. Your design doesn’t have to solve an immediate problem or be sold to someone who needs it in order to help people like me.