1. The website project has no graphic designer on board-why?
2. There is no planned wireframe/icons for home page, and other sets of pages- why?
2. We raced against launch date, missed it and still no graphic inputs-why?
Don't you think someone from your team had to contribute?
If a design team member was there to hold our hand, I'd never need "outside" talent in the first
(Assuming that there is such a thing as "outside talent" in an open source project.)
So if I fulfill that gap with a guest artist, why should the design team object?
I never made any talent-comparisons, except to reject the idea of "approving" someone.
Leaving us with a Design style that we would have no choice but to
integrate, without having any input.
How did you get this idea?
I have stated that design inputs are essential.
That includes all design standards, including color-palette, dimensions, etc.
No web designer would think of working outside the existing standards and style.
Please point to repository of icons, standards, etc; so that they can be adhered to.
Did you learn that lesson; how important that feeling of inclusion is?
Well, I am complaining about LACK of Graphic Designer and you are complaining about NON-INCLUSION
in the website team.
How is that possible when both sides are so bent on working jointly?
This is comic-tragic. Obviously this is a coordination issue/leadership failure.
Please do not search for any motives- We are terribly short of web designer(s).
The time is running out- The website is far from ready.
And I happened to have access to an excellent source. There is nothing more to it.
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