By @bdougieYO on October 25, 2017
Brian Lovin @brian_lovin
Brian is a co-founder at Spectrum, a platform for building communities online. He has a background in product design and previously worked at Facebook and Buffer. Brian currently lives and works in SF with his dog, Taco.
Two side of the gap, one side being actually developing the project and the other side is designing and architecture. Our tools make a difference* The Gap exist for a reason and that is to“close the gap”
The top is a design tool where you nudge pixels. The bottom is a GraphQL error that has a precise error.
The Gap is closing because these tools
GraphQL is expressive and more about how date interacts. GraphQL does not care about the underlying data model.
Mind the gap. GraphQL is not existent for its own sake, and it is not just a development tool— it can be a design tool. Exposing designers to the developments areas will empower designers to make a better product with developers.