Features

XXIV.2 March + April 2017
Page: 58
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UX in Agile projects: Taking stock after 12 years


Authors:
Paul McInerney

  We’ve come a long way since 2004. That year, one tech forecaster made the bold prediction that “eventually up to one third” of smartphones would include a camera. He could hardly have imagined the popularity of selfie sticks today. That same year, the agile movement was emerging, prompting some members of the UX community to wonder about its impact. Were agile and UX going to form a dream team or an odd couple? To answer this question, I interviewed UX specialists about their initial experience with agile and shared the results in an Interactions article in 2005 [1]. Fast…




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