Slides for my 15 minute presentation at Tampere Goes Agile 2013. Abstract:
Working software is an expensive way of getting user feedback when compared with role-play or design prototypes.
I will present practical examples from the domain of participatory and user-centered design in the context of product and service development. These include various kinds of prototypes, role-play, design games, and simulations.
The advantages of these methods include super-fast iterations, committed stakeholders, and ultimately better systems and cheaper IT acquisitions.
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