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Can Agile and UX play nice? In this presentation I share some of my experiences incorporating UX work in an Agile environment.

Can Agile and UX play nice? In this presentation I share some of my experiences incorporating UX work in an Agile environment.

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    Agile ♥ UX Agile ♥ UX Presentation Transcript

    • Agile ♥ UX Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Gabriel SvennerbergInteraction Designer & Front End Developer Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • What is UX?User Experience Design Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE INTERACTION DESIGN VISUAL DESIGN USABILITY ENGINEERING HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION INTERFACE DESIGNSource: The Disciplines of User Experience, Dan Saffer Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • What do Iactually do? Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Strategy TacticsWorking side by side with the Product Supporting the development team inOwner to create User Stories. implementing the code.• Flesh out business goals and • Sketches technical constraints • Wireframes• User Research • Prototypes• UX Vision • Conducting workshops• Design Principles • Usability testing• Personas• Scenarios• Design Pattern Library Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Problem #1Keeping up with the team Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Feeding theBacklog Beast Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Problem #2The myth of the Design Genius Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Source: Agile Experience Design, Ratcliffe, McNeill, New Riders 2011 Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Agile is ateam sport Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Workshops Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Problem #3 Availability to the team Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Workshops Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Ambassadors within the teams Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Great UX-vision andsolid Design Principles Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Agile experiencedesign manifesto Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Agile experience design is Inclusive Rather than elitist Emergent with direction Rather than up front Integrated and collaborative Rather than handed over the fence Considerate of customer, Rather than biased toward a single business, and technology needs factorSource: Agile Experience Design, Ratcliffe, McNeill, New Riders 2011 Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com
    • Thankyou!Twitter: @svennerbergSite: www.meetod.comEmail: gabriel@meetod.comPhone: +46 73-687 07 30 Designed for Humans | www.meetod.com