We recently published a post about avoiding the pain of requirements and realized that sometimes it isn't that cut and dry. **Sometimes we need to give our developers a bit more detail into our design intentions.** Why? We help other companies build products and multiple developers might be involved in the engineering effort. It's not always possible to go back and forth with the team real time. Luckily, we have an awesome tool to do quick and detailed requirements for our projects. Here's an example of how we would use our tool Notable to put together simple requirements for a rough wireframe.
Handing off your designs to an engineering team can be stressful if you haven't articulated your design intentions clearly. Giving them a visual document like this helps clear up any confusion the team might have. And if something isn't clear, the document provides an easy way to quickly resolve open issues. Leave nothing up to interpretation!