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Agile 2013 deck dump Hey folks, It's nearly a month since Agile 2013 - and I've been collecting a bunch of the Lean/Agile UX related session decks. Just in case anybody else is
Re: [Live Webinar] Formative Usability Testing in Agile User-Centere Hi Andrea, You can get the recording and slides of the webinar here: http://info.userzoom.com/formative-usability-testing-webinar.html Kind regards, Oksana ...
Re: [Live Webinar] Formative Usability Testing in Agile User-Centere Apparently, I am way behind the curve on this one. Wondering if it's possible for someone to share the link to the recording of this webinar? Thanks in
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Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? For anyone arriving on Sunday I propose 8pm at the Conservatory Bar. From the
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? did anybody say drinks?!! I'll be there... http://agile2013.sched.org/speaker/ari.font Hope to catch up with y'all. ari On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:44 PM, Tiago
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? I'll be there. :) On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 4:11 PM, jonathan berger ... -- Prof. Dr. Tiago Silva da Silva Information Systems University of São Paulo
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Re: Usage: patterns, preferences and models Hi Jon, I am basically trying to map infotainment system users' personality related aspects to the way they use their systems. (this is the end goal, for now)
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? ... Ditto. Especially the plural part. Cheers, Adrian -- adrianh@... / +44 (0)7752 419080 / @adrianh / quietstars.com Fundamentals of Lean UX
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? I like the idea of drinks. -- Austin Govella User Experience Catch me at an event: Aug 5-9 - Agile 2013 in Nashville Come see my presentation, "Hacking User
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? I like the sound of dinner/drinks... "Be well, do good work & keep in touch." - Garrison Keillor ... Don't just give a gift. Make something special. Custom
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? I'll be there. I'm speaking a t 9am Tuesday on Code Literacy for Non Programmers. Should we plan a night to all get drinks or dinner? Best, j :
Re: Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? ... I'll be there - anybody else? ... ... http://agile2013.sched.org/speaker/adrianhoward for me ;) Cheers, Adrian -- adrianh@... / +44 (0)7752
Who's going to Agile 2013 next week? I look forward to meeting more UX agilists. If you're going, let's connect while we're there. I'll also be giving a presentation, Sketch You
Re: Usage: patterns, preferences and models I have no idea what you are talking about, as you have not written about what you are trying to achieve as an end goal -- or I missed it. What are you trying
Usage: patterns, preferences and models Hello Everyone, I need to map and correlate usage with some other variables and parameters. For this 1. Will usage necessarily be system specific? I mean, is
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Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list Hey Jared, On 23 June 2013 14:30, Jared Spool wrote: [snip] ... This. Times a bazillion. ... Indeed - in fact I'll just copy'n'paste something
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list ... When I teach the basics of doing research (usually to people who have already decided to put out a survey) I recommend starting with two questions: What
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list ... Researchers are not immune to Sturgeon's Law. 90% of all research projects, in my experience, are crap. They are poorly formulated, poorly executed, and
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list ... I'm going to push back at that a little bit. How much of that problem is due to the research or the researcher being useless. How much of it is down to the
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list Natalie, I agree with everything you wrote in that post, with one adjustment: Your company are fortunate to have YOU lead the team, creating a climate where
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list Hi all - Since I am the list owner and moderator for anthrodesign, perhaps I can chime in here à especially in regards to Jon's comment "The "nerve" Adrian
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list The tech industry is full of people who get paid to do basically useless work, including research that leads to nothing of value. They aren't accountable for
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list On the other hand, lots of successfull products have been created by accident. The person who noticed them might not have had a "product idea or market in
Re: [Live Webinar] Formative Usability Testing in Agile User-Centere Oh, sorry, my bad. The date of the webinar is *June 25th* (not July 25th). Thank you Prasanna for pointing that out. Ginni, yes, the webinar will be recorded.
Re: [Live Webinar] Formative Usability Testing in Agile User-Centere Will it be recorded? I am very interested in it, but will be out that week. On Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 5:17 PM, oksanagerasymchuk
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list ... Can you give some examples of what you thinking about then - since I'm not sure what you're arguing against? Something seemed to have struck a nerve ;-) To
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list Adrian, I think we actually agree here. Understanding customer's problems is the key to design. That's not what I was talking about. I just question folks who
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[Live Webinar] Formative Usability Testing in Agile User-Centered De Hello all, I thought that the members of this community might find this free webinar of interest. Live webinar: Formative Usability Testing in Agile: Piloting
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list ... I'd actually quite strongly disagree with that. Research work not directed as specific product work often helps surface pain points and problems in the
Re: Serendipity on anthrodesign mailing list I'm here reading this having a beer after spending 14 hours today helping a company try to do this stuff right. The problem with the approaches described below
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