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How do you design a design doc?

Connect the docs

An index keeps it all connected

Embrace emoji

Emoji isn’t just for decoration
Ah, there’s my doc!

Relive the experience

Documenting the good and bad in an audit doc

Spin up a story

A story helps make your design more convincing

Get ’em hyped

Photos, chat conversations, and sketches help tell the story

Leave a paper trail

Show the thinking behind your work

Build a graveyard

The Design Graveyard—where some of your best ideas lay to rest

Find a partner

Get one person to review your doc before everyone else

How do you do documentation?

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