User Experience (UX)

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Simple things should be simple, complex things should be possible.

—Alan Kay

Abstract

User Experience (UX) represents a user’s perceptions of a system’s aspects, including ease of use, utility, and efficiency of the man-machine interface. User Experience design focuses on building systems that reflect a deep understanding of end users, what they need, and what they value, and it reflects an understanding of their abilities and limitations.

A common Agile challenge is how to incorporate the User Experience into a rapid Iteration cycle, including implementation of visual design, navigation, and user interface (UI) elements. ...

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