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Agile UX Design by Clive G Hughes

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This presentation briefly touches on Lean/Agile UX methodology and how Clive uses Axure for creating rapid prototypes.From facilitating collaborative Design Studio workshops to creating an Axure …

This presentation briefly touches on Lean/Agile UX methodology and how Clive uses Axure for creating rapid prototypes.From facilitating collaborative Design Studio workshops to creating an Axure wireframe as a specification of the product vision and when's the right moment to move to live product code.

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  • 1. Agile UX Design Continuous Collaborative Product Evolution Clive G Hughes ux@cliveghughes.co.uk http://uk.linkedin.com/in/cliveghughes @pinkhelix
  • 2. Agile UX Design Model
  • 3. • Cross functional group • Collaborative • Problem Definition and constraints • Ideation process (focus on persona and pain points) • Gets all the arguments on the table upfront • Gets buy-in from key stakeholders Design studio workshop
  • 4. 6 – 8 - 5
  • 5. Present
  • 6. Critique
  • 7. Iterate
  • 8. Team Converges
  • 9. Present, Critique & iterate
  • 10. Short & Sharp
  • 11. • Wireframe prototype is the design vision (not the product) • It is a hypothesis which needs validating • Validate using usability testing • Becomes the project specification document Design Vision
  • 12. • Keep UX short and sharp • Do just enough to communicate the ideas • Doing too much is wasteful • 90% Doing, 10% making sure your doing it right • Product launch is just the beginning • Triangulate using expert opinion, quantitative and qualitative research methods Wireframe vs product code?