Mixing Lean UX and Agile Development

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Mixing Lean UX and Agile Development - How to minimize risk, maximize flexibility, and create the right product. Presented at Lean UX NYC (http://leanuxnyc.co/nyc/) April 11, 2013.

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Mixing Lean UX and Agile Development

  1. 1. Mixing Lean UX &Agile DevelopmentHow to minimize risk, maximize flexibility, andcreate the right product.
  2. 2. Lane Halley@thinknowlane@carbonfive.comCourtney Hemphill@chemphillcourtney@carbonfive.com
  3. 3. Now we design and build:ProductsCompaniesExperiencesServicesWe used to design and buildapplications.
  4. 4. Disappearing Boundaries
  5. 5. Disappearing Boundariesbrand strategyinformation architectexperience designinteraction designfront-end developmentbackend developmentdatabase developmentdata analysissystem operationsvisual design
  6. 6. Emerging Technology
  7. 7. Emerging Technologyrapid prototypingliving style guidesin browser designresponsive designclient side scriptingoffline appswebsocketsreal time updatesmobilehtml5 and canvas
  8. 8. How do you keep upwith all that?
  9. 9. You don’t needa unicorn.
  10. 10. Some stories about howwe help our clients findtheir cadence.
  11. 11. A little about us ...
  12. 12. Carbon Five
  13. 13. Roles & Responsibilitiesdeveloper + designer + product ownerOne teamEveryone participates
  14. 14. Sprints asExperiments
  15. 15. What is your highest risk,highest reward feature?
  16. 16. Just in Time Design
  17. 17. Short Kickoff
  18. 18. Cadence
  19. 19. Case Studiesnib.lyfrom
  20. 20. Weekat aGlanceMondayAPRILMAYweek 18TuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridayreflect & definespecifybuild & refinebuild & refinecustomer feedback!
  21. 21. Monday
  22. 22. Retrospective
  23. 23. Customer Feedback ReviewStickiesAudioVideoNotesboardroom.carbonfive.com
  24. 24. WhiteboardWireframing
  25. 25. HypothesisDefinition
  26. 26. Clean Up and Prep
  27. 27. Tuesday
  28. 28. Story Writing
  29. 29. Story Breakdown &Estimation
  30. 30. Pair Sketching
  31. 31. Story Mapping
  32. 32. Wednesday& Thursday
  33. 33. FeatureDevelopment
  34. 34. WhiteboardWireframing
  35. 35. Living Style Guide& Visual Assets
  36. 36. Designer/DeveloperPairing
  37. 37. Designer/DeveloperPairing
  38. 38. Story Acceptance(yay!)
  39. 39. Friday
  40. 40. Customer Feedback PrepWhat are you testing?What methods will you use to test?Broad or specific?
  41. 41. FeedbackSession
  42. 42. Five onFriday
  43. 43. HybridPrototyping
  44. 44. Conflict thatarises is criticalto innovation.
  45. 45. FoundationsConversations story writing, milestone planning, acceptanceCulturecross-functional teams, design, and devintegrationCadanceshort term solution-focused productdevelopment
  46. 46. Thanks!Lane Halleylane@carbonfive.com@thinknowCourtney Hemphillcourtney@carbonfive.com@chemphill

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