How To Run Research In Agile Sprints
For anyone working in Agile, or even those just thinking about it, is that embedding research into Sprints is not difficult if you take the right approach. Read this eBook and discover commonly perceived barriers to agile research, how to make research happen in agile, what agile UX Research looks like, how companies test in agile with UserZoom, real life scenarios from AIG and a popular UK, supermarket who working within agile sprints
Five UX tests every designer should be running in Agile sprints
The rise of Agile, means that organisations are taking a new approach to UX testing. Gone are the days of practitioners and agencies running occasional lab-based sessions at specific project milestones. Design decisions (and testing to inform them) need to happen usually within two week…
UX Boot Camp for Agile Development 2018
UX Boot Camps for Agile Development is a one-day intensive hands-on course for lean and agile product managers, designers, and developers that want to learn how to integrate the right amount of just-in-time UX processes to meet your business objective and to deliver the optimal experience to your customers that create long-term, sustainable revenue growth.
What sample size do you really need for UX research?
When it comes to sample size for usability testing there are multiple, often conflicting, one-liners like, “Five is enough” and “Eight is not enough.” The best answer to what sample size you need depends on what it is you’re trying to solve. Join us as we demystify the age old question of sample size.
Supercharge Your Corporate Dashboards With UX Analytics
Learn how executive dashboards bring visibility of your UX analytics to the entire organization.
From People To Insights In Hours: Fast & Easy Think-Out-Loud Studies With UserZoom
Learn about the importance of think-out-loud feedback and how product, marketing, and UX teams can make use of this type of feedback
Webinar: The Agile UX Equation – How to Implement UserZoom Within Your Agile Framework
The ability to obtain fast, cost effective testing results aligned with your development sprints is essential to making UX research part of the conversation in an agile development environment. Whether you’re preparing for a 2 week sprint in advance, or you have an “Ah-hah!” moment in a meeting with stakeholders, it’s all about being able to quickly and easily gather feedback, iterate, and do it again.
The Agile UX Equation: Constructing a Powerful, but Lightweight Process
One of the biggest challenges of designing user experiences in an agile world is fitting into agile processes. Join Dean Barker, VP of UX and Agile coaching at Optum/UnitedHealth Group, as he discusses how to remove the waste from your UX processes for a truly lean foundation.
Incorporating Agile UX research: Part 3 – Maintenance
In the last series, we discussed the logistics of running and analyzing UX research sessions. In this final post, we’ll discuss how to keep research findings from getting lost over time.
Incorporating Agile UX research: Part 2 – Logistics
It can be an adjustment if you’re transitioning from a traditional Waterfall culture to Agile. There are, however, some logistical and team adjustments you can make to more easily incorporate UX research in an Agile environment. I’ve found taking advantage of Agile’s focus on collaboration between cross functional team members can actually maximize the impact UX research is able to have across the board.
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