15. März 2010

Agile UX

Das hier ist ein wirklich guter Artikel: Designers, meet Agile .

When done properly, a “Sprint Zero” is introduced to allow designers to do their upfront discovery ahead of any coding. However, given the flexibility inherent in a process that is beholden to shifting business needs, priorities for the team do sometimes change from Sprint to Sprint. That allowance is, of course, one of Scrum’s key value propositions. It’s also where being nimble on the part of the designer needs to come into play. The old-school way of having a rigid, stepwise process doesn’t apply terribly well any more for delivering complex software that is useful, usable, and ultimately timely. Design processes need to adapt to some degree as well.

Wirklich, ein sehr lesenswerter Beitrag.