This is a rundown of the design process we have at Whitespace. The purpose is to give a common ground for anyone that, in one way or another, works with design at Whitespace. Something to base our work on and to fall back on. It exists to help us keep a high and consistent quality of work as well as making sure that all we do looks and feels “Whitespace”, regardless of who is working on it.
The guide goes through all the phases that are necessary for a new, usually somewhat large, project. It will also explain which parts are compulsory, which are strongly recommended and which are optional.
Send them to Gabriel (
@gburning on Slack).