Most projects have some of this tendency as well, because very few products are based on completely known technology in both functional design and interaction design. Changes occur. Clients also demand changes sometimes randomly.
In my experience, the average software company calls the TW when the product is nearing completion, with completion usually meaning "five minutes before the ship date," and asks them to WTFM. --- Technical Writer <tekwrytr at hotmail.com> wrote: > The "external documentation" recommended for XP and agile development > is fundamentally different than the documentation model used in > old-style waterfall design. Because the application itself is built > in an iterative process, rather than being carved in stone, reacting > to feedback from the client, documentation before the last minute is > pointless. http://technical-writing.dionysius.com/ technical writing | consulting | development __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com