Hey hey Noah! Yeah I agree, it was just a thought that popped into my head. Wondering besides lorem, if there was any alternatives. I agree, an acceptable approach is to try to come up with a first stab at copy that could potentially be used, but as you said, takes more energy and resources to do so. I appreciate the feedback.
One of the reasons to use lorum ipsum in design documents, is because you don't want the client to focus on specific words if the words themselves aren't part of the design. If you use meaningful copy in a design document, you run the risk of someone focusing on the words/phrasing rather than the design. Using latin is nice because it looks similar to english without being readable (to most people).
Of course, if someone was distracted by the use of lorum ipsum, that would also be bad.
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