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Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design
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Making Most Of Agile User Centred Design

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  • 1. 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Better thinking. Better experiences. Better results.TM
  • 2. Agile is good for Refining not Defining » Where did Agile come from? › Response to shifting requirements – The world changes – Poor project/product management › Response to no design expertise – Regularly validate that you did what the client wanted – Designers who “don’t know squat” 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt
  • 3. Elements of User Experience 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt UCD covers this Agile covers this ? “The Elements of User Experience” Jesse James Garret – www.jjg.net
  • 4. Agile assumes the client knows best » The client provides requirements › Are the requirements right? › UX can validate design, but who validates requirements? 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt
  • 5. UCD assumes the user knows best » The UX team exposes requirements before design starts » Agile by-the-book doesn’t allot time for this 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Research Concept Design Build
  • 6. Agile allows for validation… if there’s time 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Requirements Product Release? Design & Code Validate Iteration TEMPTATION! TEMPTATION!
  • 7. Holistic Concept Digitize, Manage & Replenish your music library Design inside Agile is impulsive » Pressure to ‘feed the development monster’ » No time allotted for concept development 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Vs
  • 8. How it can work » UCD can be too documentation-heavy, isolated & risky » Agile needs help with defining requirements 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Requirements Product Release? Design & Code Validate IterationResearch Concept Agile UCD Agile as we know it
  • 9. 8 April 2008 Making the most of Agile and User Centred Design. Anthony Colfelt Thanks

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