How to recruit users for UX research in an agile sprint



One of the biggest challenges for companies incorporating UX practices into an Agile development process is the logistics of research. As an Agile approach works in short “sprints” spanning weeks, it can be a challenge finding and scheduling participants for research in such a short time. (If you’re not sure what Agile is all about, make sure you read my previous post on what Agile means for UX)

For those of us who come from a traditional usability background, the idea of finding participants, scheduling sessions, performing research, and analyzing data in a single sprint can be daunting to say the least.

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