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An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the product backlog, translating end-user feedback into specifications.
  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in ScrumThe role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the product backlog, translating end-user feedback into specifications.
  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the product backlog, translating end-user feedback into specifications.
  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

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An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the sprint planning meetingproduct backlog, translating end-user feedback into specifications and.
  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in ScrumThe role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the sprint planning meeting, translating end-user feedback into specifications and providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the product backlog, translating end-user feedback into specifications.
  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

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In a presentation I read once (which I can't find now) they used anAn approach which I find very fitting. Here is on where the UX role fitsshould intervene in an Agile (Scrum in this case) development processis:

  • In the sprint planning meeting, translating end-user feedback into specifications and providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

In a presentation I read once (which I can't find now) they used an approach which I find very fitting. Here is where the UX role fits in an Agile (Scrum in this case) development process:

  • In the sprint planning meeting, providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

An approach which I find very fitting on where the UX role should intervene in Agile (Scrum in this case) development is:

  • In the sprint planning meeting, translating end-user feedback into specifications and providing mockups so both the Team and Product Owner have a better idea of what will be built and how.
  • At the end of each completed task, where sometimes tests or Unitary Testing is run, also Usability and UX should be tested.
  • In the review meeting, to test overall UX and taken into account for next increments.

The role of UX in Scrum

You will find a lot of presentations about UX+Agile in SlideShare.

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