In Summary

This chapter hasn’t been so much about agile design as introducing the designer to the things that an agile project usually starts with. On an agile project, stories are the fuel that drives the delivery engine. In this chapter, we introduced how experience design can play a pivotal role in the development and prioritisation of stories. Rather than design and development working independently of each other with their own documents and deliverables, the user story is a shared artefact that has meaning and value to both practises.

The experience designer brings an emphasis on customer goals and journeys to the process of elaborating the product vision into something that developers can build from. We introduced the concept of the minimum ...

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