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The Agile Gap: Closing it with User Experience

by on May 08, 2012

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Agile is missing something. Stories and epics are focused on self-contained iterations but its not always clear how everything is supposed to fit together - what does the final user experience look ...

Agile is missing something. Stories and epics are focused on self-contained iterations but its not always clear how everything is supposed to fit together - what does the final user experience look and feel like? This gap in Agile is significant because the final user experience is how the customer determines value - is it efficient, effective, and satisfactory? Consider filling the gap with scenarios. Scenarios blend well with Agile by allowing the generation of iteration-level user stories but also make it very clear what is the desired user experience and value proposition. This session describes how UX professionals not only have the expertise but are uniquely positioned to develop and drive these scenarios, in turn making themselves an essential part of the Agile process.

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