Jonathan Berger, Pivotal Labs, September 2011
(20 minute talk + time for discussion)
Jonathan will lead a discussion about various strategies of integrating UX practice and Agile Development, talk about pacing and mock-up techniques, and share his experience with three years of Pivotal-Tracker-oriented Test-Driven Development at Pivotal Labs.
Why have I spent the last three years doing Pivotal-Tracker-oriented Test-Driven Development at Pivotal Labs?
It started with
I saw what the
and I thought
I believe that design tasks have similar problems to those which that led to Agile development, and can benefit from similar techniques.
I'll test this hypothesis by sharing some tactics and listening to whether they resonate with this group.
& other 'T' words
Use the same terms for the same things
It's really effective to develop a default sample story and use it to mock or test or teach.
Foamcore is awesome. Create spaces to create conversation. Externalize.
That '7 Tips' thing? Total lie!
A sustainable pace.
When working software exists and your mocks start falling out of sync
and then take screenshots
in your favorite raster editor
Who's wants to deface something?
and check it into version control to work on longer mocks and be able to save them
Find me at
pivotallabs.com, gmail.com, twitter, forrst, flickr, etc...