Great post!
Lane Goldstone
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I’m glad you think the PDC looks useful lane halley. It can certainly be used both collaboratively or pre-filled as a discussion piece. Currently, I’ve been using it as a way to better contextualize, think through, and get feedback on a design solution I’m working on. Having it pre-filled out prior to getting impromptu feedback on a solution has done wonders. As of now, it’s been primarily adopted by designers as a light-weight tool. I like keeping them around as artifacts of the process, yet the value is then quickly converted to a higher fidelity prototype or code.

Please let me know if you end up trying it out in your process. I’d love to know how it works for you and if you have any thoughts around making it better.

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