Let’s Get More Agile for 2010!Posted: January 4, 2010 Filed under: events, meetings, presentations, Uncategorized | Tags: agile 2 Comments
If you missed Tom and Joe’s November presentation, here’s your chance to hear it as the Richmond User Experience Group teams up with Agile Richmond to present Agility for Agile Professionals!
Doors open at 5:30, presentation is from 6-7:30.
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Apex Systems– 4400 Cox Road, Ste 100, Glen Allen
Agile team professionals often find themselves working on projects with tight deadlines, tighter budgets, and unreasonably high expectations for success. Too often user research, usability, and design processes are compressed or even cut entirely for the sake of time, while development and business analysis time is increased. As UX professionals become more involved with agile development methods, we have discovered novel approaches to user-centered design that are adaptable to any budget or deadline.
This discussion will explore how user research, usability, IA and interaction design practices are adapted and thrive in agile projects.
Focusing on their experiences at Agile 2009 in Chicago this past fall, they will discuss:
- How to provide timely and valuable UX support to stressed web development teams
- How to let go and modify research/design/development dogmas
- How to advocate for users when time for user research and usability are unavailable
- How to balance rigor, quality, and speed
Great presentation last night. Will you be posting the slides?
Yes–thanks for the reminder!