Agile has grown up and become a widely adopted approach for delivering software. User Experience is maturing, and the value of good design is being recognised. Since 2006, I have been observing teams, talking to practitioners who are trying to bring the two together, and putting theory into practice in my own work.
In this talk, given at the GOTO Software Development 2012 in Copenhagen, I illustrate how the agile and the UX mindset have more in common than you think, share some (still emerging and changing) best practices for including UX work in an agile context, give examples for how you can use UX tools and techniques to spread people-centred thinking across your team, and get you excited about the hardest, but most rewarding aspect of our jobs: working with people to make something for people.
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