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User-Centered Agile Methods by Hugh Beyer

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CHAPTER 6

Structuring Projects

In this final section, we discuss typical project situations and how they might appropriately be handled. We start with simpler situations and work back up to the large, complex projects.

6.1 JUMPING ON A MOVING TRAIN

UX practitioners are likely to find themselves dropped into a project that is already using an agile methodology. The team may have at least a few sprints under their belt and may be following agile methods more or less faithfully. The challenge for the UX practitioner is to help them improve how they work with their customers and better integrate the UX work.

In this case, it is neither possible nor desirable to stop and do all the pre-work of phase 0. Instead, UX designers should move towards greater ...

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