Agile developers and UX designers have a lot more in common than you might think. We’ll show that both agile design and development work best when they integrate and when users are put at the center of the process. We’ll focus on what works and what doesn’t. Much of this presentation will build off of a national research study on design and development practices as well as case studies from Adaptive Path project teams.
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In 2000, Agile was revolutionary. In 2010, Agile is stagnant. There are two Agile worlds today: The first is pushing the same practices and processes they’ve been pushing for the last decade. The second takes many of these practices and processes for granted. Sadly, there’s little interaction between the two. In this discussion, we’ll look at the rift between the two communities, how to bridge it, and the exciting possibilities that can exist when we do.
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The intern program at inContact uses 5-10 interns every quarter for a period of 10 weeks, and has been running for 1 1/2 years. Some of the challenges with using interns are discussed: