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Franco Martinig

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Usability Investigations and Agile User-Centered Design Posted: Jan 26, 2013 3:54 AM
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User interface (UI) design is often a neglected aspect of Agile software development and there are not a lot of article talking about the integration of UI experts in Scrum team. In this article, Desirée Sy provides the real life lessons on how user-centered design (UCD) practices were adapted to an Agile development process. Their interface design work was based on data gathered from contextual investigations to guide rapid iterations of prototypes, validated by formative usability testing. Going Agile, they needed to find a way to conduct usability tests, interviews, etc ...

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