When adopting a new way of working, it’s natural to use what you currently know as a starting point, and to frame questions about the new thing you are learning using the terminology and perspective of the old way of working.
Among Agile teams, especially those with a strong UX focus, “MVP” has become part of the everyday din of project discussion. A typical conversation might go something like this: Yeah, we’re working on our MVP right now.
UIE just published this podcast, where I have a great discussion with Jared Spool about how I’ve applied Agile thinking and values to UX practice.
These are my slides from the full-day workshop I recently conducted at the etre get together 2011 in London.
In the first part of this two-part series, we talked about what Stories are, their relationship to Personas and Story Maps, and factors to consider when writing stories.
If you are a UX designer who wants to quickly get up to speed with integrating Agile and UX, there are few better places to start than with User Stories.
As I’ve said before, Agile is not a specific methodology or set of practices; it is a way of thinking about creating software products.