Some of the major issues that are a major cause to conflicts between the designers and developers are as follows.
One of the most common conflicts is about the colors. Usually the designers allege that the colors used by the developers are not as mentioned or not as agreed earlier. The resolution to this conflict is very simple. If the designer specifies the color value along with the color this conflict will not taken place at all.
The designer claims that the developer has not composed the design properly. When a designer creates a design that according to him/her is excellent, which is then handed over to the developer, the designer claims that the reverted work is not satisfactory. This conflict can be resolved before it takes place but is difficult after it takes place. If the designer takes into confidence the developer prior to designing, this issue may not at all arises and even if it arises despite this, it can be resolved easily. If the designer creates a report with the developer prior to designing he/she can learn a lot many things about web development too.
The designers at times allege that the developers do not know to manage the white spaces. Some may even go to the extent of mentioning that most of the developers do know the meaning of white space. The resolution to this issue lies in the communication within the team and how you team up with the developer. It is possible that the developer may not know that the white space means empty space and may also not know its relevance at making the website appealing. It is when you communicate with the developer that you can make his/her understand how to optimize the appeal of the website through white space management.
Time duration and ego:
At times, the developer may take a longer time than anticipated. The best way to resolve this conflict with the developer is to ask him or her for the maximum time he/she can take to complete the project. Give him extra time to resolve the issues that may not have been anticipated earlier. This extra time can act as a buffer zone. Never let ego come into play between the designer and the developer because if it does the project is going to suffer.
Difference in Browser:
Usually a designer finds that though the developer developed the website as per decided, the website looks different in different browsers. This is not because of any fault on the part of the developer but because of the variation in the technology used. A bit change in the design and a bit of pixels is enough to fix up this issue.
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