25 March 2010

Mark McElhaw – Published: 25th Mar 2010 10:09 GMT User experience (UX) and Agile haven’t had an easy working relationship–in part because their origins lie in different stages of software development. User experience focuses on research, planning, design and testing; Agile is about building better code. This article looks at ways to apply an Agile approach to research and planning. And if you’re one of the many who didn’t get enough time for planning and design, we have some recommendations for different types of user research during the build phase. How does Agile differ from UX? UX and Agile are approaches, and…

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