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Description of the efforts to integrate usability with agile development at the Waterloo office of NCR. From a presentation by Christina Wood and Craig Miller at the "7-Minute Soapbox on User ...

Description of the efforts to integrate usability with agile development at the Waterloo office of NCR. From a presentation by Christina Wood and Craig Miller at the "7-Minute Soapbox on User Experience". Catch the video & more info at www.chopsticker.com

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User-centered design and agile development at NCR User-centered design and agile development at NCR Presentation Transcript

  • How to Fit Usability Testing into Agile Development at NCR Christina Wood Craig Miller
  • Ideally….
    • We have a developed a model for integrating UCD practices into the Agile development model
      • At design time – working with users to develop tasks and user roles, usability goals, requirements
      • During the development iterations – conducting UI inspections and internal/external usability testing
  • In Reality…
    • 30 applications
    • Two-person usability team
    • Parachuted into different products at different times
    • Focused on prototyping in the design phase
    • Tried to include usability testing but have lacked time and resources to do it properly
    • Looking for ways to conduct efficient UT
  • TechSmith’s Morae
  • Advantages of Morae
    • Cost/time savings for preparation and analysis
    • Effective presentation materials:
      • Provided shared experience of test results
      • Provided media that strongly supported issues
      • Emphasized software issues over personal opinion