Re: [agile-usability] How UX Team fit in Scrum Methodology?
- View SourceHello Dwayne,
Thanks for your input.
> Before the project starts, be sure to utilize or create a style guide to ensure consistency throughout the project.
I'm curious to hear more about this style guide. Particularly - What is the scope of the style guide and how do you present/document it? And is there a good example of a style guide that you could point us to?
User experience analyst
Tel: +49 731 16906-131On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 5:58 PM, Dwayne King <pinpointlogic@...> wrote:
Hi Alexandre,We work with a lot of teams that use some form of Agile (SCRUM included). We normally request that our iteration be offset slightly, so we start a few days before the dev team starts their iteration. During that time, our user experience folks are working with the design team to develop initial, high-level documentation (mostly pictures, very little writing e.g. wireframes w/o the business rules). Once the dev team starts the iteration, we've found it imperative to be in the room with the developers. The last few days of the iteration are normally a foot race for the dev team and they know what they're building. That's when we leave to document the next iteration (requires the team take a break from dev the day before to plan the next iteration so you know exactly what you're documenting).Before the project starts, be sure to utilize or create a style guide to ensure consistency throughout the project.Best of luck, please contact me if you have any other questions.best regards,DwayneOn Mar 16, 2008, at 8:14 AM, alexnigri wrote: