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Meetup 31 UX Presentation by Jason Little

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Presenter 2 of 3 of 10 UX Methods To Help You Build Great Applications. …

Presenter 2 of 3 of 10 UX Methods To Help You Build Great Applications.

Jason is an Agile and Lean Transformational Coach who helps companies implement Agile and Lean practices throughout their software development lifecycle.

http://www.agiledood.com
@Agiledood
@JasonLittle

See www.SiliconHalton.com

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  • 1. Error: The object you are trying to delete hasdependancies that cannot be deleted recursively WTF? @jasonlittle
  • 2. Where’d my file go? @jasonlittle
  • 3. @jasonlittle
  • 4. Product Driven Outcomes overProcess Driven Outcomes @jasonlittle
  • 5. 3 Tips to Good UX 1) Language is important, use words and phrases your audience understands2) Expectations are important, consider what the user is trying to accomplish 3) Environment and devices are important,understand what devices your users are using, where they’re using it and how often they’re using it @jasonlittle
  • 6. How to Do It• Story mapping, use narratives• Personas, understand your audience• Paper prototyping or clickable mockups using Balsamiq (or other rapid prototype tools)• Leave the design out as long as possible• Don’t just get Bob the graphic guy to “skin it” @jasonlittle