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The UCD Perspective: Before and After Agile

By: Williams, H.; Ferguson, A.;

2007 / IEEE / 0-7695-2872-4


This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' The UCD Perspective: Before and After Agile ' In the agile and user-centered design (UCD) communities it is often believed that agile's quick development cycles do not allow time to fully understand our user's needs. In our experience it is just the opposite: agile and UCD methods are not at odds with each other. As more development teams using UCD are finding, the iterative approach to agile is a natural fit for UCD. Though we have day to day challenges, we are successfully demonstrating how two UCD teammates on the agile team can aid in upfront and continual user input.