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  • Ryan Ward @ryan_ward Java C# | .Net Javascript M&S UX & Dev Collaboration ryan@simisinc.com
  • If you know the enemy and you know yourself, your victory will not stand in doubt - Sun Tzu “
  • Having “T” Shaped Skills Pity the fool! Broad Deep
  • GOOD pick any two cheapFAST
  • Just a little more philosophy: “Quality is Future Speed” http://deliberate-software.com/quality-is-future-speed/ “The Real Cost Of Software Development” http://www.techfounder.net/2013/02/01/the-real-cost-of-software-development/
  • SIMPLICITY
  • Getting to know the developer
  • I need you to add this feature - design team “ What I’m thinking: ( I have no clue how I’m going to do that )
  • That’s going to require some research and probably writing a new web service. It might require some database modifications. We may need some additional libraries... - my response “ What design team hears: ...it’s going to take forever
  • Case Study: Add a button to download a file
  • UX is not UI UX is not (just) UI
  • Bowl = API Milk = User Interaction
  • Challenges Customization Scope Scalability Security Performance Platforms Environment Ambiguity Schedule
  • Internet Explorer
  • IA UX Jedi & Security Sith
  • InfoSec Triad
  • 80/20
  • Combine the 20% effort that gets you 80% of the detail in a visual representation with the 20% effort that gets you 80% of the detail in a text specification. - Leon Barnard, Balsamiq “ Requirements http://blogs.balsamiq.com/ux/2013/02/06/using-mockups-in-your-agile-user-stories/
  • The 3 C’s: Communication Collaboration Culture
  • The 3 4 C’s: Communication Collaboration Culture Community
  • Thank you