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Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
Agile UX - November 2011
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Agile UX - November 2011

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Slides from my talk at UX People in November 2010. Hopefully they'll prompt some memories - I'm afraid I'm not structured enough to have a written speech, or even notes.

Slides from my talk at UX People in November 2010. Hopefully they'll prompt some memories - I'm afraid I'm not structured enough to have a written speech, or even notes.

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  • 1. let’s talk about agile…
  • 2. individuals and interactionsover processes and toolsworking softwareover comprehensive documentationcustomer collaborationover contract negotiationresponding to changeover following a plan
  • 3. approachgranularity versus complete
  • 4. approach (/#"*01*23 (/#"*01*24 (/#"*01*granularity versus complete !"#$%#&$ ()"* +,"-.
  • 5. approachgranularity versus complete *+&*",- !"#$%& ($)!
  • 6. approachgranularity versus complete
  • 7. roadmapfeature concepts
  • 8. Select  some  thing(s)… 0/5000 AZ018  Instrument  Entry A B Broadmap BC001  Instrument  Entryfeature concepts BC002  Instrument  Entry a-­c BC003  Instrument  Entry d-­f BD001  Instrument  Entry g-­i BD002  Instrument  Entry j-­l BD003  Instrument  Entry BD004  Instrument  Entry m-­o BF001  Instrument  Entry p-­r BF002  Instrument  Entry s-­u BF003  Instrument  Entry v-­z BG001  Instrument  Entry BG002  Instrument  Entry C
  • 9. Select  some  thing(s)… AZ018  Instrument  Entry BC001  Instrument  Entryroadmap BC002  Instrument  Entryfeature concepts BC003  Instrument  Entry BD001  Instrument  Entry BD002  Instrument  Entry BD003  Instrument  Entry BD004  Instrument  Entry BF001  Instrument  Entry BF002  Instrument  Entry BF003  Instrument  Entry BG001  Instrument  Entry BG002  Instrument  Entry BG003  Instrument  Entry
  • 10. Select  some  thing(s)… 0/5000 AZ018  Instrument  Entry A BC001  Instrument  Entryroadmap BC002  Instrument  Entryfeature concepts BC003  Instrument  Entry BD001  Instrument  Entry BD002  Instrument  Entry BD003  Instrument  Entry BD004  Instrument  Entry BF001  Instrument  Entry BF002  Instrument  Entry BF003  Instrument  Entry BG001  Instrument  Entry BG002  Instrument  Entry BG003  Instrument  Entry Z
  • 11. Select  some  thing(s)… 0/5000 AZ018  Instrument  Entry A-­C Broadmap BC001  Instrument  Entry D-­Ffeature concepts BC002  Instrument  Entry BC003  Instrument  Entry G-­I BD001  Instrument  Entry J-­L BD002  Instrument  Entry BD003  Instrument  Entry M-­O BD004  Instrument  Entry BF001  Instrument  Entry P-­R BF002  Instrument  Entry BF003  Instrument  Entry S-­U BG001  Instrument  Entry V-­Z BG002  Instrument  Entry
  • 12. Select  some  thing(s)… 0/5000 AZ018  Instrument  Entry A B Broadmap BC001  Instrument  Entryfeature concepts BC002  Instrument  Entry a-­c BC003  Instrument  Entry d-­f BD001  Instrument  Entry g-­i BD002  Instrument  Entry j-­l BD003  Instrument  Entry BD004  Instrument  Entry m-­o BF001  Instrument  Entry p-­r BF002  Instrument  Entry s-­u BF003  Instrument  Entry v-­z BG001  Instrument  Entry BG002  Instrument  Entry C
  • 13. good enoughagree the values for “done”
  • 14. before you startare you really ready?
  • 15. pace yourselfbuild momentum but conserve energy
  • 16. sympathy forthe product owner
  • 17. customerversus consumer
  • 18. inclusivityyou’re part of a team that delivers
  • 19. thank youblog.found.me.uk@uxplantpresented at ux people, november 2010

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