Usually, the deliverables are agreed before the work begins, and are noted in a contract or statement of work. However, in other cases, the process of creating these achievements is not always linear and depends on the project priorities and schedule. They are created as needed to communicate specific ideas throughout a project’s lifecycle.
During the UX process, a wide variety of “artifacts” and project deliverables as part of UX design methodology are produced. And it’s a key for effective communication with clients, managers and developers, and, finally, UX design that works!