Archive for the 'agile' topic

UIEtips: How Agile UX Can Be a Cost Effective Approach

In this week’s UIEtips, we reprint an article from Jared Spool. In it, he shares ideas on getting low-cost iterations into your Agile development process. Jared also makes the case that UX-focused design is a team sport. If you’re looking for more on tying UX design and your Agile process together, then you’re going to […]

Making UX Work with Agile Scrum Teams – Our September 18 Virtual Seminar

Where does UX design fit into sprints? How do companies let go of Waterfall methodology? If you’re struggling to confidently and clearly answer either of these questions, then it’s time to register for Aviva Rosenstein’s seminar. You’ll learn how to clarify roles and responsibilities, and more effectively track and estimate UX work. You’ll also hear […]

Minimizing Design Risk with The Minimal Viable Product (MVP)

If your team has been practicing some form of Agile or Scrum, it likely has a loose definition of a MVP. The question is, are you launching MVPs at the end of each sprint, or are you launching “whatever we fit into a 2-week sprint cycle?” If your iteration planning tends to focus on timelines, […]

UIEtips: The Dirty Dozen Roadmap Roadblocks

In this week’s UIEtips, we share an article from Bruce McCarthy. In it, Bruce defines the product roadmap and offers twelve areas where organizations break down when developing roadmaps. Best of all, he shares ideas on how to put all twelve roadblocks in your rearview mirror. Want to hear more from Bruce? He’s presenting our […]

Josh Seiden – Hypothesis-based Design within Lean UX

In traditional development environments, requirements are what you base the project’s direction on. However, requirements assume that you know what you’re doing and why you’re building it. Substituting your thinking to adopt a hypothesis approach allows you to examine where you may be wrong. Lean UX itself embraces hypotheses to quickly determine what is and isn’t true about a project and which is the right path to go down.

UIEtips: Designs and deliverables are haikus, not epic poems

In today’s UIEtips, we’re publishing an excerpt from the UXmatters article “Developing UX Agility: Letting Go of Perfection” by Carissa Demetris, Chris Farnum, Joanna Markel, and Serena Rosenhan. In it, Chris Farnum talks about design deliverables and their role in an incremental approach to your design. If you want to hear more about Chris’ thinking on design deliverables join […]

Working with remote teams? Jeff Gothelf Shares Tactics for Success

How do successful teams design together—and successfully—from afar? Jeff Gothelf tells us it all comes down to communication. Using 9 specific tactics and a host of Lean methods, he designs effectively with teams sitting half a world away. In his September 12 virtual seminar, Designing with Remote Teams, Jeff will show you how. You’ll want to […]

Limited Seats Left at the $1,389 Rate for the User Interface 18 Conference

The 125 seats at the $1,389 rate are moving fast for the User Interface 18 Conference. Once the remaining 28 seats are gone, the price goes up $300 to $1,689. Take advantage of the lowest available price and register now for the UI18 Conference in Boston, MA October 21-23. Daylong Workshops Are the Core of […]

Jeff Gothelf – Lean UX: Escaping Product Requirement Hell

Assumptions tend to be the downfall of many research projects. Making design decisions based on generalizations of what people are likely to do leads to surprises once you finally get your product in front of actual users. The result? Rework and frustration due to an overall lack of communication within the team.

Get UXIM OnDemand for Free until Feb. 22 Midnight

We’re celebrating this year’s UX Immersion Mobile Conference’s fantastic program by giving everyone access to last year’s great show. The recordings and slide decks contain a wealth of information. Learn how to incorporate Agile methods while still fitting user-focused activities into your projects. Design for mobile based on how people think and what emergent themes […]