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Adaptive path's guide to experience mapping

“ Customers don't care about these efforts. they care about meeting their needs across touchpoints and across the competitive landscape. When done well, an expe…”
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Team Collaboration and Closing Efficiency Gaps in Responsive Design | Smashing Mobile

Team Collaboration and Closing Efficiency Gaps in Responsive Design | Smashing Mobile | Agile, Ux & design process | Scoop.it
“ Responsive design ushers in complexities that require a more involved design and implementation process. Because of this, the effort has piled up on the front end. Working in silos, where you talk to each other only occasionally or during scheduled meetings, has too many unknowns. Let’s look at how these new challenges create opportunities to work together better.”
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The Secret to Making UX a Top Priority in Agile :: UXmatters

“The cheese accumulates—and soon enough, you have a product that’s full of UX annoyances. … R&D works on releases relentlessly, and it seems impossible to persuade companies to attend to the cheese."
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Jeff Gothelf On What Lean UX Is And How To Introduce It In Your Organization

“ Jeff Gothelf sits down with InfoQ to discuss the origins of Lean UX, how to get started using it in your organization, and where we go from here.”
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Crossing the Great UX–Agile Divide | UX Magazine

"Many in the UX field have felt obstructed by development teams who insist on adopting agile methodologies and confused about why their arguments for paying closer attention to users go unheeded. It may be helpful to ask whether the presence of UX designers and researchers on the team contributes to rolling back some of the hard-earned job protections that software developers have won, and to find new ways of talking about and practicing our craft that highlight the benefits to them."
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Adapting Scrum to a UX Model :: UXmatters

“Someone from the Development team must serve as a point of contact and work closely with the UX team on a regular basis to align the two teams’ timelines….”
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Making Good Design Decisions

It’s important to go with the flow and allow flexibility in the design process, but at the same time ensure that we are avoiding the extremes of either allowing logic and data to block the creative process, or allowing the creative process to go too far without being grounded in logic and data. We’ve had a lot of success with the flexibility of the ‘Goals, Inputs, Plan’ model for making decisions, rather than adhering to a rigid step by step design processes. This approach gives us the flexibility to take different paths to problem solving, while at the same time still each following an agreed upon system for making decisions. This has resulted in consistently better decision making, fewer opinion-driven arguments, better design critiques, and more uninterrupted ‘flow state’ work. Objectively, we’re making the numbers go up and subjectively, the design team feels better about the work.
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Continuous Design and the NoPSD Movement

"“There needs to be a revolution in the marketing world. It’s such a bloated process, full of wasted energy.”"
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Choosing the Right Metrics for User Experience :: UXmatters

“Metrics are the signals that show whether your UX strategy is working. Using metrics is key to tracking changes over time….”
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UX Crash Course: User Psychology

“ My mission for 2014 was to get more people started in User Experience (UX) Design. In January, hundreds of thousands of people did the original UX Crash Course and it was translated into Spanish,...”
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The Ninja Skill for UX Designers

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“ Earning Your Whiteboard Belt ”
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Integrating UX into the Product Backlog

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“ Many agile teams can’t develop good user experiences because UX just isn’t integrated well enough. With the UX Integration Matrix, Jon Innes helps involve UX in every possible part of the agile pro...”
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