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In an organization using SCRUM, who guides design?

Ultimately the UI and design should be guided by users, meaning that you should be doing some form of user research (remote testing, session playback videos, focus groups, A/B testing, lab based user ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

At an abstract high level, Requirement Gathering still works, i.e. it doesn't specify how you will gather/discover the requirements nor the process. However, I agree with you that it does not exactly ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

To what extent should the UX practitioner get involved with defining requirements when working with a Product Manager? It depends on the org, the product manager and a lot of other variables. Do what ...
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How do i design website mockups when i already have a css framework in mind?

It's a good question for those starting out in design & Front-end development. Personally, I found a CSS framework I understood code wise. At the time this was Bootstrap 2. From their ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

The relationship between PMs and UXers over product requirements entirely depends on the position of Design within the company's structure and the product development cycles. In my experience Product ...
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How do i design website mockups when i already have a css framework in mind?

Normally with a UX process you would design the mockups first and choose your framework based on the designs. However it is possible that there are technical constraints imposed by the engineers or ...
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UX research after functional requirements

That would depend primarily on operational project imperatives and systems. If you work in an Agile environment, then you should budget and plan the next functional requirements as an incremental ...
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UX research after functional requirements

If the client has already committed to the scope and cost of a project without doing UX research, it's going to be hard to sell a revised higher estimate based on new information. A good approach ...
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Where/How do I gather data for this portfolio project...?

You could start by checking whether the desired website has google analytics active (there are a bunch of browser plugins for this, but you could just as easily right-click the page 'view page source' ...
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Standardized behavior of object selection in application UI

Standards for selection of objects is as old as graphical interfaces (GUIs). Look at the style guides for Apple or Microsoft to see the definitions of selection and multiple selection. You ask ...
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User Centred Approach or Technical approach?

So, you're essentially asking when system-centered design might make more sense vs. doing user-centered design. This was done a lot back in the day before user-centered design became widespread. One ...
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How much input should a UX Practitioner have into user requirements, when working with a Product Manager?

From some of the experiences I have had with project teams and company organisations that have the role of product managers, it seems like they are the ones that have to balance the business, ...
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How to balance user freedom and requirements when filling out forms

Encourage your users to fill out the fields pointing out why it's valuable for them to properly title, tag and describe their Media. When users are aware of the benefits for them, then they are ...
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Are wireframes appropriate for requirements documentation?

Absolutely not - wireframes do not belong in requirements. Wireframes are a great way to: Generate requirements Design solutions to requirements But to put them in the requirements is a nightmare, ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

Simple answer: No. Longer answer: The "Requirements Gathering" stage is not about formulating a solution. It is about gathering together the requirements that any proposed solution must satisfy in ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

Term "Gathering" suggests that the requirements are already existing, and one just needs to collect them through some means. I guess user/product requirements also already exist, in that there are ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

It is quite accurate description of a process of collecting the things that are needed: requirement (n.): "things required, a need" gathering (n.): "an assembly of people, act of coming ...
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