When designing healthcare experiences, we need to prove the effectiveness of our solutions as much as we need to consider their desirability, feasibility, and viability.
UX design teams reaching for low-hanging fruit for MVP products may fall into the trap of focusing on “minimal” to the detriment of “viable.”
The AUX3 model (Agile UX with 3 Tracks) proposes a framework for fitting the user experience cycle into the Agile process.
[greybox] A review of Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time Random House Business Books About this book by Jeff Sutherland Book Website A good reference for Methods/How-To and Case Studies Primary audience: Researchers, Designers and Technical Roles who are new to the topic Writing style: Matter of fact Text density: Mostly text 256 pages, 9 chapters Learn more…
[greybox] A review of Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days Simon & Shuster About this book by Jake Knapp Book Website A good reference for Methods/How-To Primary audience: Designers or Technical Roles who are new to the topic or have some experience with the topic Writing style: Humorous/light; matter of fact Text density: Mostly text Learn…
Considering multiple possibilities for your product direction? Evidence-based story mapping can be a powerful tool for understanding stakeholder opinions and informing prioritization decisions.
USAA is infusing its traditionally IT-driven Agile methodology with Design Thinking principles to provide better digital experiences for its members.
In this case study, the author discusses how she worked with her team to integrate research into an Agile development process. The resulting changes helped the team better respond to user needs by incorporating research throughout the sprint cycle.
Learn how a team of UXers and architects adapted the Agile approach to improve their product, team performance, and job satisfaction.
While some believe that Agile, UX practices, and remote work are an impossible combination, they may be compatible, if managed thoughtfully.