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How to Combine Design Methods with Agile & Remain Sane

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How in 3 months we at StudyPortals combined 9 different design methods with agile development and still remain sane.
Presentation from UX Camp NL, some slides are blurred.

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How to Combine Design Methods with Agile & Remain Sane

  1. 1. How to Combine Design Methods with Agile & Remain Sane Den Tserkovnyi @dtserkovnyi
  2. 2. 16 million users per year 2000+ universities 139000+ programmes
  3. 3. and now
  4. 4. Please prepare
  5. 5. Put your hands in the air
  6. 6. If you ever been frustrated with…
  7. 7. vague requirements?
  8. 8. not being involved in the process?
  9. 9. lack of long term planning?
  10. 10. It’s OK. We can solve it*
  11. 11. Design is not just about function and aesthetics
  12. 12. It is also how you “get there”
  13. 13. Scrum UX process
  14. 14. March 2014
  15. 15. Now
  16. 16. me
  17. 17. + More creative solutions + Easier cooperation + Speed of development − Long term planning − Style consistency
  18. 18. Device testing
  19. 19. Scrum UX process
  20. 20. Usability testing
  21. 21. Some obvious rules
  22. 22. All meetings should…
  23. 23. have fixed times (if it’s regular)
  24. 24. be timeboxed
  25. 25. be structured and have an agenda
  26. 26. focused on goals
  27. 27. be reflected upon
  28. 28. Design strategy event
  29. 29. + Kicked off UXD activities + Good brainstorms and team building − Doesn’t happen often enough − Requires preparation
  30. 30. Working together
  31. 31. + Working together in the same room − Workspace differences are annoying − Easy to completely hijack the meeting
  32. 32. Workshops
  33. 33. + Good in-company feedback − Do more of them
  34. 34. Design Sprint
  35. 35. From http://www.thesprintbook.com/tools/
  36. 36. FM T W T If you do 3 sprints in a row… FTWT FT …they won’t all take 5 days. From http://www.thesprintbook.com/tools/
  37. 37. + UX promotion within the company + Cross department alignment + Good brainstorms and team building + Quick decisions − Too much external work outside of the sprint − Needs preparation and commitment
  38. 38. Heuristic evaluation
  39. 39. + Structure + Quick feedback − Time consuming − Not often enough
  40. 40. Design critique
  41. 41. What feedback are you interested in?
  42. 42. What is the problem we are solving?
  43. 43. + Nice and useful input + Sharing feedback with the group + Good structure − Hard to contain feedback type at times
  44. 44. Sketch session
  45. 45. From http://www.thesprintbook.com/tools/
  46. 46. + Useful input + Good structure − Needs time for conclusions
  47. 47. Conclusion
  48. 48. Never stop experimenting
  49. 49. Start small & deliver value
  50. 50. Measure everything
  51. 51. Next steps
  52. 52. It is also how you get there
  53. 53. “Design hub” days
  54. 54. Hybrid design team
  55. 55. Living style guide
  56. 56. Design spikes
  57. 57. Remote testing
  58. 58. Ask me anything @dtserkovnyi or LinkedIn

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