Product Designers — stop designing and start coding.
Zander Whitehurst
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So I think your argument makes a ton of sense but it depends on the organization and culture. As well as the product or project being designed. I’ve worked in places where building a prototype really helped kick things off. And in others where building a prototype with code wasn’t actually the best approach.

Instead of forcing designers to code I would argue that both design and development need to learn to coexist and collaborate. Meaning design should understand the medium they are designing for and speak a bit of the language. But also developers should learn about design thinking and what actually goes into designing.

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