Agile User Experience Design: A Practitioner's Guide to by Diana Brown

By Diana Brown

Being in a position to healthy layout into the Agile software program improvement approaches is a vital ability in trendy marketplace. there are lots of methods for a UX staff to prevail (and fail) at being Agile. This publication will give you the instruments you must make sure what Agile UX ability for you. It contains functional examples and case stories, in addition to real-life components to think about whereas navigating the Agile UX waters. you will know about what contributes on your team's luck, and which components to think about whilst deciding on the easiest direction for buying there. After studying this booklet, you will have the data to enhance your software program and product improvement with Agile methods speedy and simply.

    • Includes arms on, real-world examples to demonstrate the successes and customary pitfalls of Agile UX
    • Introduces sensible suggestions that may be used in your subsequent venture
    • Details the right way to comprise consumer adventure layout into your company's agile software/product process
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    Left to our own devices, designers want to redesign everything that needs the help, and the list of potential candidates for design attention is usually infinitely long. It can be hard to admit that not every fix is worth making, but the more in touch the UX team is with the business needs, the easier it is to be aware of those needs. A product might contain some embarrassingly bad screens, but if only 2 percent of the users see those and they are able to perform their tasks despite the flaws on the screens, it probably is not worth spending design cycles fixing them.

    I felt that had I known there were so many ways to do Agile UX and what they were, this would have given me more confidence about my approach. 舡 Then, a few years later, I did. The goal of this book is to show that there are many ways for a UX team to succeed, and fail, at being Agile and to illustrate that using the same set of tactics could lead to either outcome, depending on the situation. The case studies show that there are many ways to be Agile and more than a few ways for a UX team to do well in an Agile environment.

    Rather than create a series of ceremonies or events, it focuses on addressing risk on teams and using a process that allows the development team to achieve certain characteristics by using a set of methods, some of which are identified as optional. It is a framework that offers some specific tactics and techniques and is more specific than the principles of the Agile Manifesto but less prescriptive than most other Agile methods. The best source for more information about how to apply this framework to small teams would be Crystal Clear by Alistair Cockburn (2005).

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