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RE: [agile-usability] Re: [XP] XP and Big Interaction Design Up Front

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  • William Pietri
    ... Interesting! That s a different impression than I had from, say, reading the interactions between Cooper and Beck. What bad effects have you seen from
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      On Wed, 2004-09-01 at 10:42, Dave Cronin wrote:
      > > As far as I understand, it is strongly against iteration development
      > > for building a coherent approach to interaction among users and
      > > programs.
      >
      > Around here, we generally believe that while iteration development may
      > be a highly effective way to build software, as well as determine
      > low-level requirements and interface designs, there is a better way to
      > initially define a product and develop a high-level interaction design
      > which involves upfront user, business and technical research, analysis
      > and synthesis.

      Interesting! That's a different impression than I had from, say, reading
      the interactions between Cooper and Beck. What bad effects have you seen
      from doing the planning in parallel with an agile development process,
      rather than your preferred sequential approach?

      Thanks,

      William
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