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Real-World Agile User Experience Design
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(blev afholdt mandag, 31. maj 2010, kl. 13:00-15:00)
Design processes described in books and taught in universities today were created with the assumption that design occurs before development and results in a detailed description of a product to build. In a healthy agile development process, product development begins long before there's time to create a detailed design for the whole product. If the development is running smoothly, design benefits from direct collaboration with users, and design is informed by evaluating those users' experience with working software.
Designers working in an agile context have had to set aside the text books, and apply good design thinking to the day-to-day process they use. The result has been some innovative design practices that work well in an agile context, preserve a rigorous user experience design process, and arguably result in getting better software in the hands of people.
This talk is about real-world emergent user experience design practices that have been emerging over the last decade. You'll hear concrete examples of innovative practices created by UX practitioners that are lighter-weight, more collaborative, and allow design to work as part of a holistic design and development activity.
IT Universitetet i København, Auditorium 3