The way designers and developers work together today is broken. It’s too siloed and separate; “collaboration” is a fantasy that few enjoy. The state of advertising in the 1940s was similar. The all-powerful copywriter took what the clients wanted to say—usually simply the features of their product—and turned it into a headline and body copy. […]
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