Hi everyone.. I'm about to finish a online course + a Book (+/- 250 pages) that focus a lot on UX with AGILE (based on Scrum).
- Tips of working within, and ideally leading, multi-disciplinary UX teams including user research/usability specialists, interaction designers, visual designers, accessibility specialists and user education.
- Plan the user experience activities throughout the Agile (lean/scrum) development process, and ensure the project’s UX delivers on plan and budget;
- Understand software development lifecycles / methods (such as Waterfall, Agile - Lean / Scrum).
- Understand the workflow with enterprise customers and/or large solution development companies.
- Have a better view on UX industry, in a user interface design, usability or consulting role.
- Planning properly a multi-disciplinary user experience team’s involvement in a small (lean) /medium/large-scale IT project (scrum).
- Designing information architectures, creating wireframes in the right way, and creating high-fidelity visual designs.
- Working more effectively close with the development and test teams, being an advocate for end users throughout the project lifecycle;
- Deliver short-term consulting engagements to customers and partners, e.g. user-centred design process workshops, heuristic evaluations / usability reviews, accessibility reviews etc;
- Drive the design of the user experience for key client projects, applying an iterative prototyping and evaluation process, and ensuring best practices in usability and accessibility are used throughout;
There's any other thing that people need to know most?
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