Why can't developers get along well with designers?
There are always conflicts between developers and designers. The differences between the two sides of program development seem to often be at odds, even though we all know both team members are important to creating effective applications. Designers fume at seeing their designs implemented different from how they were originally laid out. Programmers gripe that designers nitpick over silly design issues. Why can't developers get along well with designers? What can we do to solve these conflicts?
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