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We are going to go over basic concepts and practices of integrating yourself (an agile UXer) into an agile rails development team. Market research and traditional user experience design are, by ...

We are going to go over basic concepts and practices of integrating yourself (an agile UXer) into an agile rails development team. Market research and traditional user experience design are, by practice, waterfall methods. Ruby on rails development environments are almost all agile and finding ways to seamlessly contribute to the team can be difficult. We will go over the basic concepts of Ruby on Rails, and highlight some best practices to integrate tightly either as a consultant or in-house talent.

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  • - ask how many people integrate directly with repos now\n- \n
  • Book: Agile Web Development with Rails\n
  • ruby + rails = ruby on rails\n
  • - web technologies\n\n
  • - going down the tracks is easy\n- everything else is hard\n- how much different is every internet application anyway?\n
  • You need to make a building that sleeps 2 people, and has a living room.\n- Many materials available\n- No obvious way to complete said building\n- No standard way to acquire materials\n- 10 different people make 10 different houses \n- Next person has no idea where you started\n
  • - Brick limits the scope of building\n- Lots of pre-fabricated pieces different people make for free\n- Expedites process\n- Person that comes next knows how to use bricks\n
  • Davis Partnership Architects\n“Since opening, the building has been plagued by roof leaks for three years. As of December 2009, the question of who will bear financial responsibility for the lengthy and extensive repair work has gone to arbitration”\n
  • - Models is where the business logic happens\n- Coordinates how the logic is plugged into the view, and reacts to the user\n- \n
  • - Front end is where you play\n- CSS, HTML, HAML, SASS - all in front end layer\n
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  • Demo is a bi-weekly demonstration of the completed work.\n
  • Intermediary between Dev and users\n
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  • Integrate yourself into the process\n
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  • Be a nice UXD to the users\n
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  • Get “buy in”\n
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