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The traditional UX design process is broken. In one room we have designers creating vector-based mockups with their own special toolkits and processes. In another, we have developers building products based on those mockups with a completely different toolset, mindset and methodology. 

With the two teams working in such a disconnected way, the product pipeline is hamstrung by inconsistencies and inefficiencies because it’s a process that has a huge communication burden baked into it. The final product rarely matches what the designers intended, resulting in lots of back and forth at the handoff stage which wastes time. A siloed style of working also makes product design and development tough to scale because the inefficiencies call for unfeasibly large teams. 

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