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Agile For UX Practitioners
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Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
Agile For UX Practitioners
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Agile For UX Practitioners

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An introduction to Agile from the vantage point of User Experience Practitioners.

An introduction to Agile from the vantage point of User Experience Practitioners.

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  • More specifically: Regardless of if you are part of an Agile team (integrating) or in a traditional team (transforming from within)Will be focusing less on specific techniques, though we’ll get into some of that as well.How you can apply Agile thinking to your work, to how and when and how much of your techniques.
  • [pic: blank mirror]Looking your current practice in the mirror.Origin of current practice, artifacts, cultureFear, Pride vs Reason
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    • 1. Agile for UX Practitioners
      Anders Ramsay, Delve Conference, August 2009
    • 2. About Me
    • 3. UX + Agile:What Changes?What Stays the Same?Agile for Traditional Teams?
    • 4. Agile?
    • 5. Planning Poker
      Agile Coach
      Spikes
      Extreme Programming
      Backlogs
      Scrum
      Test-Driven Development
      Story Cards
      Customer
      Sprints
      Product Owner
      Velocity
      Standups
      Daily Standups
      Refactoring
      Burndown
      Pair Programming
      Crystal Methods
      Feature-Driven Development
      Scrum Master
      Adaptive Software Development
      Dynamic Systems Development
      Lean Development
    • 6. Agile is a DesignMindset
      Specific to Software
      From a Developer Perspective…
    • 7. Two Perspectives
      UX
      DEVELOPER
    • 8. Sample Project
      Two-week Vendor Bake-Off
      Contrasts Traditional/Agile
    • 9. Sample Project
      Traditional
      Agile
    • 10. Traditional Lifecycle
      We can’t start building anything in two weeks…
      BUILD
      DESIGN
      Time
    • 11. Agile Lifecycle
      What is the Earliest Responsible Moment we can start building?
      DESIGN
      BUILD
      Time
      HUMAN/TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
    • 12. UX: Really? Let’s discuss how we can simplify it…
      Dev: This is more complex than we thought…
      Agile is People-Centered
    • 13. Project Narrative
      UX
      2 weeks
      1-2 Days
    • 14. Agile is Open, Visible
    • 15. You can start building sooner than you think
    • 16. Project Narrative
      Reflect, Adjust
      UX
      UX
      Build 1
      2 weeks
      1-2 Days
      2-3 Days
    • 17. Agile Documents
    • 18. Asking a Different Question…
    • 19. Comprehensive
      What is everything developers need to know?
    • 20. Just Enough
      etc.
      What is the minimum needed to start building?
    • 21. Specification Sketch
    • 22. Designing is Building is Designing
    • 23. Evolving the UI in Tandem with the Software
    • 24. Document Cost-Benefit
    • 25. Agile Documents
      Yes, you can keep doing wireframes!but…
      Design the delta.
      For conversation.
      As a means, not an end.
    • 26. Project Narrative
      REALITY
      Reflect, Adjust
      Reflect, Adjust
      Build 2
      Build 3
      UX
      UX
      UX
      Build 1
      2 weeks
    • 27. Adaptive
      Lean
      There is Only Us
      Self-Organizing
      Reality-Driven
      Conversation-oriented
      Iterative
      Autonomous
      Agile Mindset
      Visible
      People-Centered
      Focused
      Software-specific
      Sustainable
      Open
      Solution-oriented
      Technical Excellence
      Light-weight
      Safe
    • 28. Getting Started
    • 29. Step Zero: You and Your Team
    • 30. Process is a Secondary Effect of People
      —Alistair Cockburn
    • 31. Beware Agile Orthodoxy and Ritual
      From HenrikKniberg’s Blog at blog.crisp.se
    • 32. The BigCorp Factor
    • 33. Iterate the Transition
    • 34. Takeaways
    • 35. Agile + UX?
    • 36. Agile
      UX
    • 37. Agile
      UX
      Mutually Empowering Opposites
    • 38. Takeaways
      Start with an Agile Mindset and all else will follow.
      Develop your Developer Perspective.
      Same UX Principles, New artifacts and methods.
    • 39. Thanks!
      @andersramsay
      AndersRamsay.com
      AgileExperienceDesign.org
      http://ia.meetup.com/14/
      http://www.meetup.com/agile-experience-design
      rosenfeldMedia.com/books/agile-experience/

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