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This XBOSoft Webinar PPT features Natalie Warnert and James Schmittler discussing how to move agile upstream into the agile development process to avoid rework while increasing quality in the "UX ...

This XBOSoft Webinar PPT features Natalie Warnert and James Schmittler discussing how to move agile upstream into the agile development process to avoid rework while increasing quality in the "UX Runway".

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    User Experience Runway - Moving UX into Agile Development Upstream User Experience Runway - Moving UX into Agile Development Upstream Presentation Transcript

    • XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   Webinar April 10 2014 1.00 PM EST You are at the right place, it’s almost time….10 minute countdown 1  
    • UX RUNWAY – PULLING QUALITY FORWARD Webinar: April 10, 2014 Natalie Warnert and James Schmittler
    • Housekeeping     •  Everyone  except    the  speaker  is  muted   •  QuesAons  via  the  gotowebinar  control  on  the  right  side  of  your   screen   •  QuesAons  can  be  asked  throughout  the  webinar,  we’ll  try  to  fit   them  in  when  appropriate   •  General  Q  &  A  at  the  end  of  the  webinar   •  You  will  receive  info  on  recording  and  slides  a&er  the  webinar    
    • AGENDA •  Introduction •  What is UX? •  What is UX Runway? How to integrate Scrum •  Benefits of UX Runway •  Real life examples of before/after implementation •  Questions XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   4  
    • XBOSoft info •  Founded in 2006 •  Dedicated to software quality •  Software QA consulting •  Software testing services •  Offices in San Francisco, Beijing, Oslo and Amsterdam
    • Host •  Phil Lew •  CEO, XBOSoft •  www.xbosoft.com •  @philiplew •  philip.lew@xbosoft.com •  Currently in Baltimore at the Quest Conference •  Next week in New Orleans at STPCON •  STAREAST in May in Orlando XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   6  
    • Natalie Warnert •  CSM, PSM I •  Six Sigma Yellow Belt •  ScrumMaster/Agile Coach – Surescripts •  Thomson Reuters •  Travelers Insurance •  Email: info@nataliewarnert.com •  Website: nataliewarnert.com •  Twitter: @nataliewarnert XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   7  
    • James Schmittler •  Graduate  studies  in  HCI   •  8  years  experience  in  design   •  Senior  User  Experience  Architect   •  Thomson  Reuters   •  Cook  Medical   •  Envisage  Technologies   •  Email:  me@jamesandthemoon.com   •  Twi[er:  @jamesschmi[ler   XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   8  
    • What is UX? •  How a person interacts with a system •  Flow •  Perception •  Accessibility •  Ease of use •  Understanding XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   9  
    • Roles on UX team •  User Researchers •  Information Architects •  Visual Designers •  CSS Developers •  Accessibility XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   10  
    • •  UX  at  the  por]olio  level  (iniAal  UX  Runway)   •  Research  how  users  interact  with  system  and  make   recommendaAons   •  Development  of  user  personas  and  use  cases   •  Assist  in  development  of  business  case   •  High  level  design  of  enAre  system  and  interacAon  (vision)   •  Produce  high  level  wireframes,  design  ideas,  and  possible   prototyping  to  assist  in  planning  for  features  as  lead  Ame   allows   •  Can  also  be  done  as  development  is  spiking  or  doing  backend  and   infrastructure  work  (IteraAon  0)   UX’s  place  in  Product  Development     Por]olio  Level   XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   11  
    • UX’s  place  in  Product  Development     ConAnued  Involvement   •  UX as Scrum/Agile team  (ongoing  UX  Runway)   •  Work with Product Owner to make wireframes and designs to help: •  Write stories and tasks for tech teams •  Write acceptance criteria for stories •  Style pages appropriately & accessibly (CSS) Leads to higher quality in the application and more customizable design and less re-work XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   12  
    • How can all work be completed in one iteration? XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   13  
    • UX Runway! XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   14  
    • UX Runway – Pulling work and quality forward in the process XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   15  
    • UX RUNWAY - Ongoing •  Iterating ahead but on same cadence •  Just in time (JIT) design •  Just enough detail provided for development team to start work •  80-90% completion goal for wireframe/design deliverables •  Buy  in  from  business  and  development   •  Planned room for UX changes in current iteration •  10% capacity XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   16  
    • How does it actually work? •  Backlog grooming – dependencies are identified •  UX backlog is developed, sized, and planned •  Working sessions with Product Owners •  Internal reviews for collaboration •  Demos with development teams •  Determine if designs are not feasible •  “Finished” UX work items help to drive work, collaboration, identify gaps, and INCREASE QUALITY XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   17  
    • UX Runway: Iteration Schedule (10 day) •  Days 1-5: The design •  Day 5: The rough draft •  Days 5-7: The final touches •  Day 7: Hand-off to development •  Day 7-10: Last chance •  Days 10+ (next Iteration): Start over and 10% JIT reactionary design capacity XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   18  
    • Benefits of UX Runway •  Higher quality finished product •  Fewer “fire drills” •  Less development and UX re-work •  Faster delivery time •  More design flexibility •  Product Consistency XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   19  
    • Examples XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   20  
    • UX  Pulled  Forward   •  Imagine  starAng  an  iteraAon  knowing  this  much  about  what   you  are  building   XBOSo&  Webinar  Series  2014   21  
    • Thanks Q&A www.xbosoft.com @xbosoft 408-350-0508 Philip Lew @philiplew philip.lew@xbosoft.com White Papers: http://www.xbosoft.com/knowledge_center/ /xbosoft Blog: http://blog.xbosoft.com/ /xbosoft Email: info@nataliewarnert.com Website: nataliewarnert.com Twitter: @nataliewarnert Email: me@jamesandthemoon.com Twitter: @jamesschmittler