I suggest you give them a "deadline" and 'early date' (if the project is
completed earlier than expected) and a 'late date' (if something happens
that makes the project be completed after the deadline; this is to give
you some "breathing space" so that the deadline isn't 'set on stone')
Also, you could have broken this post in 2: first post (introduction), and
your question about time estimates.
Have a Nice Day.
> Sorry for my novice questions and thank you for reading!
> best regards,
> Jimmy ( http://twitter.com/JimmyLeonards
Hi IXDA, This is my first post, and I am new in the field of UX.
Background: My profession is graphic designer, webdesigner and front-end developer for several years but I lately got alot of interest in UX-design. Not only does this help me alot in my design process but it also creates a better experience for the users, greater references for me and happy clients.
Hello there, I am designing an application for the Nokia S40 phone with the target screen size 240*320, I would appreciate it if any of you could share some stencils(visio or other tools) for developing wireframes for the same or any other useful resources, links etc.
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