The Cardboard Architect (#1 in a Series)

Photo Feb 22, 1 51 57 PM

The architect is not impressed by your proposed solution, and is trying not to downgrade his assessment of your skill level.

The “cardboard architect” is an exercise wherein you present an idea out loud to an inanimate object and in the telling are both practicing and honing the argument. It is, frankly, a silly idea that nobody practices more than once or twice, sheepishly. However, as I am generally known for wearing my design opinions on my sleeve, not to mention all over my face, I thought it’d be fun to put together a set of stock facial expressions for common software scenarios that might be encountered in an actual design review.

Collect ’em all!

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