Questions tagged [agile]

Agile (often used synonymously with Agile Development or Agile Design) is an approach to creating products via an iterative and collaborative process. In organizations, Agile promotes cross-functional collaboration, rapid design and development, early product releases, and a process of iterative learning/evolution.

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How do you prevent scope creep in agile projects when usability testing?

I have a client who recently asked me about this problem. I was wondering how you'd handle it? They are new to UX and to Agile methods, so they are struggling in interesting ways. As part of a ...
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Centralized UI/UX with Agile dev teams?

We have several cross-functional agile teams in different locations working on products that aggregate up to 2-3 solutions. Are there any examples of how companies manage a consistent UX across such ...
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At what point in the development process should UX come into play in an Agile work environment?

What are some successful examples of UX and the Agile Development process playing nicely together? Traditional agile doesn't usually account for it.
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UX Team Structure in Agile

I wanted to get some insights into the structure of our UX Team. Currently we have 10 designers all working in an agile environment. UX Manager (on scrum team) UX Team Lead (on scrum team) 8 UX ...
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Is the Agile Manifesto based on UX philosophies (or vice versa)?

Looking at the statements in the agile manifesto, it seems to reflect user-centered design principles quite well. With a few very minor wording changes, it would probably work for a UX manifesto. I ...
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Design and development team experience with community/user driven feedback platforms

In reviewing the benefit of transitioning to a user/community driven product design and development process, the availability of platforms such as GetSatisfaction and UserVoice (plus other similar ...