I am just wondering if any of you have ever been accused of suffering from perfectionism when you're designing and working on projects. Somebody just told me that many usability folks suffer from perfectionism and it's their biggest downfall.
I'd like to think that I am flexible and that I am open to suggestions when collaborating with engineering. However, when it actually comes to deploying a build to an actual client, part of my process is to go through the build before it goes to QA and then beta to get the UX and the aesthetic fixed so that the product reflects the specs that were created and that the little things are caught so we don't have to go back and file a bug later or have usability issues pointed out and then have them take forever to get fixed.
Should I just quit worrying about what goes out the door and leave it in somebody else's hands? I didn't think I was that focused on perfectionism in products (I'm not really that anal retentive).
What are others' experience with reviewing builds and customer deployments and get issues fixed?