Agile Experience Design: A Digital Designer's Guide to Agile, Lean, and Continuous

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New Riders, Nov 22, 2011 - Computers - 99998 pages
Agile development methodologies may have started life in IT, but their widespread and continuing adoption means there are many practitioners outside of IT--including designers--who need to change their thinking and adapt their practices. This is the missing book about agile that shows how designers, product managers, and development teams can integrate experience design into lean and agile product development. It equips you with tools, techniques and a framework for designing great experiences using agile methods so you can deliver timely products that are technically feasible, profitable for the business, and desirable from an end-customer perspective. This book will help you
  • successfully integrate your design process on an agile project and feel like part of the agile team.
  • do good design faster by doing just enough, just in time.
  • use design methods from disciplines such as design thinking, customer-centered design, product design, and service design.
  • create successful digital products by considering the needs of the end-customer, the business, and technology.
  • understand the next wave of thinking about continuous design and continuous delivery.


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Redesigning Design
The Waterfall Has Dried
Im a designer why should I care?
Setting the Scene
Get ready to
Agile Discovery
Envisioning Success
Idea generation
Ready steady build
Into Development
Beyond Agile to Continuous
Part Three The Toolbox
Information design

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Lindsay Ratcliffe believes life is too short for bad experiences. During her career, she has consulted to and collaborated with teams at large corporations and small startups to create engaging online and offline customer experiences for finance, television, government, telecoms, utilities, and manufacturing.

Marc McNeill is a visual thinker, experience designer, and agile coach with a Ph.D. in Human Factors and over a decade of working in IT and customer experience consultancy. Throughout this time he has been introducing lean and agile practices into large and small organizations, working with multi-disciple teams to deliver useful, usable, and delightful experiences. You'll find him @dancingmango.

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